Brazilian science fiction

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Brazilian science fiction literature has its roots in authors such as Augusto Emílio Zaluar in the novel O Doutor Benignus and Machado de Assis in the short story O Imortal (1882).[1]

References

  1. ^ Roberto de Sousa Causo. Editora UFMG, : . Ficção científica, fantasia e horror no Brasil, 1875 a 1950. 2003 ISBN 9788570413550.

Recommended reading

  • De Sousa Causo, Roberto. 2003. Ficção científica, fantasia e horror no Brasil, 1875 a 1950. Editora UFMG
  • Ginway, M. Elizabeth .2004. Brazilian Science Fiction: Cultural Myths and Nationhood in the Land of the Future. Bucknell University Press

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