MARC Bibliographic Record

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001 9943473323602122
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008 981020r19991981mau 000 0 eng
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049    $aGZMA
050 00 $aPS3560.O483$bS6 1999
082 00 $a811/.54$221
100 1_ $aJones, Gayl.
245 10 $aSong for Anninho /$cGayl Jones.
264 _1 $aBoston :$bBeacon Press,$c1999.
300    $a119 pages ;$c23 cm
336    $atext$btxt$2rdacontent
337    $aunmediated$bn$2rdamedia
338    $avolume$bnc$2rdacarrier
520 1_ $a"In seventeenth-century Brazil there were at least seven fugitive African slave enclaves. Palmares, a settlement of more than 20,000, was the longest to survive, but ultimately was destroyed by the Portuguese, who re-enslaved its inhabitants. This book-length poem is the haunting love story of a black man and woman set in the real Palmares." "Anninho, beloved of Almeyda, is an escaped African slave who settled in Palmares. After the final battle between Palmares and the Portuguese, Almeyda, her breasts cut off by a Portuguese soldier, relates her tale of love and escape to her rescuer, Zibatra, a mystic enchantress, biblical scholar, and medicine woman."--BOOK JACKET.
650 _0 $aSlave insurrections$zBrazil$zPalmares (Pernambuco)$vPoetry.
650 _0 $aBlacks$zBrazil$zPalmares (Pernambuco)$xHistory$y17th century$vPoetry.
650 _0 $aWomen, Black$zBrazil$zPalmares (Pernambuco)$vPoetry.
994    $aE0$bGZM
997    $aMARCIVE

MMS IDs

Document ID: 999855826102121
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Network Physical IDs: 999855826102121
mms_lc_ids: 993882893402125
mms_mad_ids: 9943473323602122
mms_ml_ids: 9913497353402124