Luso-Brazilian Review 50:1 the scope of my field of expertise, there is even a chance Dent's research slightly overlooked question of sexism in the culture surrounding country music (particularly in the chapter about brothers). I also am wary of Dent's insistence that the afro contingent of Brazil's constitutive ethnicity didn't influence Brazilian country music (claiming it derives from European and indigenous roots only). Nevertheless, overall Dent's study is groundbreaking, truly commendable and a pleasure to read for experts and non-experts alike. Alessandra Santos University of British Columbia Nair, Parvati. A Different Light: The Photography of Sebastião Salgado. Durham: Duke UP, 2011. 365 pp. It has often been said that photography is a privileged Brazilian cultural genre because Dom Pedro II (182591; reigned 183189) was that country's first photographer and gave the art form his royal patronage. Some of the first landscape photography in Brazil bears Dom Pedro II's name. The spectacular development of Brazil in the twentieth century, moreover, led many people to record it photographically, and one of the interesting dimensions of Brazilian photography are foreigners who, after arriving in Brazil, took to photograph it, whether only circumstantial visitors (Claude Lévi-Strauss, who photographed São Paulo but then
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