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Songs about Iracema:
Iracema by Adoniran Barbosa from the Album Adoniran Barbosa Ao Vivo
Adeus Iracema by Maria Dapaz from the Album Vida De Viajante
Adeus Iracema by Luiz Gonzaga from the Album Ô Véio Macho
Adeus Iracema by Luiz Gonzaga E Gonzaguinha Dominguinhos from the Album Duetos - Dominguinhos
Anne e Iracema by Edu Ribeiro from the Album Já tô te esperando
A Caminho de Iracema by Duofel from the Album Precioso
Cores do Brasil (Sinhá Iracema) by Ney Couteiro e Sabah Moraes from the Album Lendas de Quintal - Canções, Danças e Estórias do Brasil
Books about Iracema:
Iracema (Library of Latin America) by José de Alencar, Naomi Lindstrom, Alcides Villaca and Clifford E. Landers (Mar 16, 2000)
Iracema (Classicos da Literatura Brasileira) by Jose de Alencar (Feb 2, 2005)
Iracema (Literatura Língua Portuguesa) (Portuguese Edition) by José de Alencar (Jun 26, 2013)
Iracema: por José de Alencar (Portuguese Edition) by José de Alencar and AUTCH Editora (Jul 5, 2014)
Iracema's Footprint by Bernard F. Blanche (Apr 6, 2010)
Iracema (Classics of Brazilian Literature) by José de Alencar and Isabel Burton (Oct 27, 2006)
Movies about Iracema:
Iracema, Uma Transa Amazonica -
Iracema Uma Transa Amzonica 2006 -
A Construcao da Heroina Indigena Iracema - Paulo Franchetti -
Wiki information Iracema:
Iracema is a municipality located in the midwest of the state of Roraima in Brazil. Its population is 6,060 and its area is 14,119 km².
Iracema is one of the three indigenous novels by José de Alencar. It was first published in 1865. The novel has been adapted into films twice in 1917 as a silent film and in 1949 as a sound film.