Brazil 
              Scene: Letters from Prison

Tom
Phillips
by:
Tom Phillips is a British journalist living in Rio de Janeiro.
He writes for a variety of publications on politics and current
affairs, as well as various aspects of the cultura brasileira.
Tom can be reached on tominrio@yahoo.co.uk.

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