Fifteen Concluding Points

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    1. A Scabby Black Brazilian is the story of a flight, of the invisible becoming of an academic French ego, devoured by Brazil under the influence of two eminently equivocal encounters: that of a Carioca anthropologist, Eduardo Viveiros de Castro…and a spirit of the Amazon rainforest that appeared at the involuntary instigation of the former in the guise of a Japanese-Guaraní translator-devourer, Takashi Wakamatsu.

    2. The author of the Brazilian is João Pyaguachu, a man with a good heart…João, the subject of a joyfully and lovingly consensual anthropophagic murder.…