November 1994

CONTENTS:

Cover story: We are reading more (p. 8)

All about the president (p. 14)

Fernando Henrique sounds off (p. 17)

Candid first lady (p. 18)

Here’s the voter (p. 19)

Amazon: a minefield (p. 21)

Casseta & Planeta killing with laughter (p. 24)

One by Lygia Fagundes Telles (p. 29)

Lamarca’s story (p. 36)

Book excerpt: Little Brazil (p. 38)

Marisa Monte among us (p. 41)

Music Column: Brazilian Notas (p. 43)

Travel: Marajó – Treasure Island (p. 44)

DEPARTMENTS:

Rapidinhas (p. 6)

Letters (p. 12)

The Cultural Pulse (p. 46)

Por aí (p. 47)

Classifieds (p. 49)

U.S.A. Calendar (p. 50)

That’s Brazilian (p. 52)

Bilingual entertainment guide (p. 54)

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