A short collection of writings on the anarchist movement in Brazil from the late 19th century onwards, published in 2003 by the Kate Sharpley Library.
- History of the anarchist movement in Brazil
- Chronology 1823-1937
- Russians looking for a Brazilian Eldorado
- Edgard Leuenroth, 1881-1968
- Edgard Leuenroth and the 1917 strike
- Maria Lacerda de Moura, 1887-1944
- Domingos Passos: the Brazilian Bakunin
- Frederico Kniestedt
- Antonino Dominguez
- Looking back after 70 years on the Rua Frel Caneca incident
- Clevelandia: the green hell
- Luigi a.k.a. Gigi Damiani
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