Tussitala and Me: My Life with Charles Henry Maxwell
He had left London on a cold, gloomy day and although
he was flying to Sã:o Paulo, his plane landed in Rio de Janeiro,
at Brazil rsquo:s only international airport. He was wearing a tweed
coat and carrying his tennis racket. From the minute he stepped
into the heat of the runway and saw the Outeiro da Gló:ria
church, he had a gut feeling he was going to like Brazil
and he did.
Contracted to teach English Literature at St Paul rsquo:s School
in Sã:o Paulo, he was realizing his dream of flying south
of the Equator to discover South America and
visit the Amazon rainforest.
In this touching memoir, Noemia Mariutti Maxwell
combines her husband rsquo:s letters with personal reflections,
recalling her childhood in Sã:o Paulo and early teaching
career at St Paul rsquo:s, to tell the story of how she met her
husband-to-be and their happy marriage.
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Philosophy, Literature, and the Dissolution of the Subject: Nietzsche, Musil, Atay (Studies in Social Sciences, Philosophy and History of Ideas)