Santiago, Chile: Ediciones Ercilla, 1935.
Hardcover. Good with no dust jacket. Item #4083
Well toned, edgewear, owners' stamps and signature, light wear. Solid copy. ; Spanish language, Chilean edition of Brazilian novelist Graça Aranha's first novel, Canaã. "A roman á thèse, Canaan involves two German immigrants who represent opposing points of view concerning the future of Brazil: one maintains that Aryan superiority will eventually dominate while the other foresees a merger of peoples and customs leading to a future national harmony embracing both settlers and natives." - Richard A Preto-Rodas in Irwin Stern, Dictionary of Brazilian Literature, 1988 Greenwood Press; page 32. ; 289 pages.