Fourth impression, published in 1921 by Fisher Unwin in their South American series.
Hardback with green/blue boards, rough-cut page edges, illustrated with 36 black & white plates. Includes a fold-out colour map, and an index. Translated, and with a historical chapter by Bernard Miall, and a supplementary chapter by Dawson A Vindin. Pierre Denis' Brazil describes the country, its places, physical features, farming, crops and produce, travel, and its people.
In Good condition. Light rubbing wear to the extremities of the boards. The end papers are very yellowed, other pages are only lightly yellowed with just a few foxing spots. The binding is sound and the fold-out map is in very good condition.