Exile within Exiles: Herbert Daniel, Gay Brazilian Revolutionary by James N. Green (review)

Exile within Exiles: Herbert Daniel, Gay Brazilian Revolutionary by James N. Green (review) Green, James N. Exile within Exiles: Herbert Daniel, Gay Brazilian Revolution- ary. Durham: Duke UP, 2018. 334 pp. Herbert Daniel was a gay Brazilian revolutionary, and in his life these three a-s pects of his identity—his sexuality, his citizenship, and his activism—informed one another. Daniel was a revolutionary in many senses of the word. He dedi - cated his young adulthood to the pursuit of a communist revolution, first as a student organizer and educator of Marxist and other political economic theory, and eventually trained with Carlos Lamarca. He even became part of the lead - ership of the Vanguarda Popular Revolucionária in the armed struggle against the Brazilian dictatorship (1964–1985). Aer n ft arrowly escaping arrest, Daniel went into exile in Europe. There he was able to finally embrace his homosexual - ity, which he had repressed during his years living underground in Brazil. Aer ft coming out, Daniel assumed a role as a public intellectual in Paris where he was involved in the struggle for LGBTQ rights and continued to speak out against the Brazilian dictatorship. Daniel had to fight for the right to return to Brazil as he did not qualify for amnesty under the 1979 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Luso-Brazilian Review University of Wisconsin Press

Exile within Exiles: Herbert Daniel, Gay Brazilian Revolutionary by James N. Green (review)

Luso-Brazilian Review, Volume 56 (2) – Jan 28, 2020

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Green, James N. Exile within Exiles: Herbert Daniel, Gay Brazilian Revolution- ary. Durham: Duke UP, 2018. 334 pp. Herbert Daniel was a gay Brazilian revolutionary, and in his life these three a-s pects of his identity—his sexuality, his citizenship, and his activism—informed one another. Daniel was a revolutionary in many senses of the word. He dedi - cated his young adulthood to the pursuit of a communist revolution, first as a student organizer and educator of Marxist and other political economic theory, and eventually trained with Carlos Lamarca. He even became part of the lead - ership of the Vanguarda Popular Revolucionária in the armed struggle against the Brazilian dictatorship (1964–1985). Aer n ft arrowly escaping arrest, Daniel went into exile in Europe. There he was able to finally embrace his homosexual - ity, which he had repressed during his years living underground in Brazil. Aer ft coming out, Daniel assumed a role as a public intellectual in Paris where he was involved in the struggle for LGBTQ rights and continued to speak out against the Brazilian dictatorship. Daniel had to fight for the right to return to Brazil as he did not qualify for amnesty under the 1979

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