Iracema, The Honey Lips, a Legend of Brazil [with] Manuel de Moraes, A Chronicle of the Seventeenth Century
by Burton, Richard and Isabel (Translators); J. de Alencar; J.M. Pereira da Silva
London, 1886. First Edition. Two works "translated from the Brazilian" in one volume. pp. vii, 101; viii, 138. A near fine, unrestored copy in original printed wrappers with a few small chips and tears. Penzer pp. 149-150. Two of several translations begun by the Burtons in the late 1860s, when Burton was appointed Consul at Santos and they lived in Sao Paolo. (Inventory #: 17521)
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