“We” and “Our Guys”: French Authors on American Indians as Allies in Brazil (XVIth and early XVIIth Centuries)
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“We” and “Our Guys”: French Authors on American Indians as Allies in Brazil (XVIth and early XVIIth Centuries)
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The article examines one of the aspects of the perception of the American Indians in France in XVI — early XVII centuries (on the example of testimonies, related to the French presence in Brazil at this time). The article studies discourse practices and methods of a political representation, which aims to create the “our guys” image of Indian allies of Frenchmen in Brazil. The article also examines the translation of this representation both for outside observers and for direct participants of these processes.
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France, Brazil, New World, presence, colonization, the Indians, image of “Other”
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01.08.2014
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06.09.2014
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