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Ethics, Aesthetics, Modernism, and the Primitive in P.K. Page's Brazilian Journal


This essay aligns Page's representations of Brazil with modernist responses to ostensibly primitive cultures, arguing that Page participates in a version of ethnographic salvage or a recuperation of exotic cultures within an idealized, timeless state.

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