Macuna

Some articles on macuna:

Macuna People
... The Macuna are a Tucanoan-speaking group of the eastern part of the Amazon basin, located around the confluence of the Pirá-Paraná and Apaporis rivers, in the Colombian Vaup ... There are no reliable census data for the Macuna ... is known about the early history of the Macuna ...
Grande Otelo
... He played the relatively brief role of "Black Macunaíma" (and the baby boy of "White Macunaíma") in the 1969 film Macunaíma ...
Mário De Andrade - Macunaíma
... written shortly after and published in 1928, was Macunaíma, a novel about a man ("The hero without a character" is the subtitle of the novel) from an indigenous tribe who comes to São Paulo, learns ... indigenous cannibalism even as it explores Macunaíma's immersion in urban life ... Formally, Macunaíma is an ecstatic blend of dialects and of the urban and rural rhythms that Andrade was collecting in his research ...
Carybé - Timeline
1940 - Illustrates the book Macunaíma, by Mário de Andrade ... Together with Raul Brié, translates the book Macunaíma, by Mário de Andrade, into Spanish produces the illustrations for the works Maracatu, Motivos Típicos y Carnavalescos, by Newton Freitas, published by ... for the special edition of Mário de Andrade’s Macunaíma, published by the Sociedade dos 100 Bibliófilos do Brasil ...
Macunaíma (novel)
... Macunaíma is a 1928 novel by Brazilian writer Mário de Andrade ... The novel follows a young man, Macunaíma, "a hero without a character," born in the Brazilian jungle and possessing strange and remarkable abilities (Mostly Shapeshifting), as he travels to São Paulo ... Macunaíma was an attempt on the part of Andrade to write a novel which represented pan-Brazilian culture and language ...