Balada Da Infância Perdida
Reader's International--dist. by Consortium (213 E. 4th St., St. Paul, MN 55101), 1989 - Fiction - 202 pages
Calunga, an idealistic Brazilian journalist, leaves his small town home to make his fortune in the big city, only to be defeated by the forces of modern society
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