LETTERS

LETTERS

In movies, plays, music, art, and literature, the Brazilian
culture continues more alive than ever. Brazilians have never bought as
many books as in recent years and there are a number of movies being made
and released right now which deal with Brazilian historical facts and cultural
values. New playwrights have been able to fill up theaters all over the
country and new poets are finding out their own voice and a public to listen
to them.
By Brazzil Magazine

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