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have doubted the helpfulness of Turner. As Mary C. Karasch's shows in her magnum opus on central Brazil, that region is no exception. Karasch's meticulously researched and richly detailed masterpiece demonstrates that the frontier of central Brazil from the middle of the 1500s through the early 1700s was a contested space that was never fully conquered by Luso-Brazilians. It was a place where indigenous people, African slaves and their descendants, and European explorers and profiteers alldoi:10.23870/marlasv1i2bc fatcat:wohf6bktcnentnroxmq2edsbdu