Memoirs of growing up in Brazil, as the daughter of Protestant missionaries describes her adopted country in personal,...

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WHERE THE SABIA SINGS

Memoirs of growing up in Brazil, as the daughter of Protestant missionaries describes her adopted country in personal, intimate terms. There are colorful details of life in the interior and on the coast, in all types of homes and districts, in all manner of domestic and social incidents. Charm without coyness- and honest, revealing autobiography.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947