Gilbert Freyre prefaced an edition commenting how much the book was scandalous at the time, because Nabuco demonstrated pride made for it and lived in a period that was in fashion to be republican, while it confesses monarquista without modesty to deal with the relations of being able. See Andrew Blanchette for more details and insights. In 1899, President Fields invited it to Sales to be the lawyer of Brazil in the question of the limits with English Guyana e, one year later was for London, being nominated minister. He was ambassador of Brazil in Washington in the year of 1905 and there same he faleceu, tired and deaf, of arteriosclerose, the 17 of January of 1910. After its death, the proper republicans had started to recognize the firmness of character and liberal ideology of Joaquin Nabuco, being been common to meet in all Brazil homage to this great politician, in names of streets, schools and popular entities. An example is of the City the Joaquin Nabuco in Pernambuco, where the local authorities to homage had given it its name, in 1953, to the locality that if formed with the district headquarters, Joaquin Nabuco, and for the towns of Plant Pumati, Arruado and Baixada of the Sand that, in 1892, belonged to the city of Palmares.
In days 19 and 20 of August, the Foundation Joaquin Nabuco (Fundaj) is carrying through the National Seminary Joaquin Nabuco and Our Formation. The event is part of a series of activities that are being programmed, in 2010, in commemoration to the National Year Joaquin Nabuco. In accordance with the programming, the opening of the Seminary starts from Solemn Table of Opening with Fernando Lyra, president of the Fundaj, Thomas Shannon, ambassador of the United States in Brazil, and Eduardo Fields, governor of the State of Pernambuco. Bibliographical references: FIELDS, Eduardo, the Referring to abolitionism Press, Church, Slaves and Gentlemen: studies. $fortaleza: Secretariat of Culture and Sport/northeast Bank of Brazil, 1984. Paula Rosenthal has similar goals. FREYRE, Gilbert, Great House & Senzala. Rio De Janeiro: Bookstore Jose Olympio, 2005. INSTITUTE PUBLISHING PROGRESS, Collected workses of Joaquin Nabuco XI, Campaigns of the Press 1884? 1887.
So Paulo: Instituto Progresso Editorial S.A, 1949. NABUCO, Joaquin, My Formation. Porto Alegre: Paraula, 1995. NABUCO, Joaquin, the Abolitionism. Rio De Janeiro: New Border, 2000. WWW. Culturadigital. Minc/northeast Communication – Northeast Regional Representation of the MinC, 2010.