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    The Return [E–pub Free] Magnificent writer with magnificent stories to tell If there were books translated from Portuguese to my language or English I would read them because I'm already a fanThere's nothing like stumbling upon a flawless prose; it's like a river and you keep swimming through it And keep getting and emotionally involved without even noticing Caring for characters and stealing every free moment of your time to get back to them means yo

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    The Return [E–pub Free] It's been a long time since I last read a book from a new for me Portuguese writer This came highly recommended so unsurprisingly I

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    read & download The Return The Return [E–pub Free] I was 11 when the carnation revolution happened on the 25th April 1974 The revolution brought an end Portugal's colonial empire and with that thousands of people moved back from the African colonies to the Motherland Three of my father's siblings had migrated to Angola to escape from the poverty that existed in post war Portugal In 1974 it was clear that they would have to leave Some made the transition back to Portugal better t

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    The Return [E–pub Free] Dulce Maria Cardoso Å 9 read & download A very good book about something that has been very seldom written about the return of half a million people from the Portuguese colonies in 1975 I remember very well the returnees for whom I felt at the time sympathy and solidarity also because having just returned myself from 2 years in Cape Vert I was a little acuainted with th

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    The Return [E–pub Free] It took me a while to get into this book and the writing style but it was the story that eventually made this about a 35 readThe story is narrated by a 15 year old boy who has grown up in Angola as part of the Portuguese colonial class In 1975 the Salazar regime collapses and so does portugals colonial empire as

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    read & download The Return The Return [E–pub Free] Dulce Maria Cardoso Å 9 read & download What a brilliant work Please world pay attention to this author She deserves international acclaimThe story is culturally and historically fascinating The prose in translation is fast paced startling innovative The characters who you come to really care about nonetheless have real to life flaws like racist beliefs of disloyalty to family

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    The Return [E–pub Free] It describes what my parents never told me about coming back from Africa their silence is described here The book is extremely well written it's compulsive and you should not miss it specially if your parents and grandparents also

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    read & download The Return read á E-book, or Kindle E-pub Å Dulce Maria Cardoso Dulce Maria Cardoso Å 9 read & download Pleasant reading but I don’t feel I will remember it for a long time Based on the reviews I read I was expecting feelings apart from a good read

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    read á E-book, or Kindle E-pub Å Dulce Maria Cardoso The Return [E–pub Free] This book gives us an hint about colonization and decolonization of PALOP African countries and the different perspectives of it Not an historical book but makes you rethink of a big part of Portuguese recent history Interesting book and easy to read

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E from the Portuguese colonies in 1975 I Remember Very Well I remember very well returnees for whom I felt at the time sympathy and solidarity also because having just returned myself from 2 years in Cape Vert I was a ittle acuainted with the kind of ife they had eft behind and because they seemed to me different from the boring familiar people of the metropolis left behind and because They Seemed To Me Different From The Boring Familiar People seemed to me different from the boring familiar people the metropolis different experiences and freer s I had several good friends among them at the time The Black Academic's Guide to Winning Tenure--Without Losing Your Soul later I understood they were not exotic or special just people who got caught in the conseuences of a misguided policy and who tried to cope how they could and that the apparent specialness was mostly bragging to feelike they were compensating for what they had Randomized Algorithms Cambridge International Series on Parallel Computation lost And that s why Iiked this book so much I think it expresses extremely well the situation how they were and what they went through not using the pretence to glamour Northanger Abbey like so many of them did and in that way being so much true to how it really was It is also an excellent depiction of the atmosphere of the times the revolutionary period with its absurdities that seem so strange now All in all a very strong narrative and I hope people would write about this period that is being forgotten without ever having been duly analysed I was 11 when the carnation revolution happened on the 25th April 1974 The revolution brought an end Portugal s colonial empire and with that thousands of people moved back from the African colonies to the Motherland Three of my father s siblings had migrated to Angola to escape from the poverty It s been aong time since I ast read a book from a new for me Portuguese writer This came highly recommended so unsurprisingly I really enjoyed itThis is about the return in 1975 of Portuguese people this was allowed mostly only to the white ones to Portugal mainland when the former. Hostilidade Muitos não têm para onde ir nem do ue viver Rui tem uinze anos e é um deles1975 LisboaDurante mais de um ano Rui e a família vivem num uarto de um hotel de 5 estrelas a abarrotar de retornados um improvável purgatório. .

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African colonies were on the verge to become independent Back Then The Population In Portugal Increased About 10% In A the population in Portugal increased about 10% in a short period of time and many of these had been born in Africa or did not have rootsfamily ties in Portugal any The return to a country that had just been through a revolution and was still dealing with a political turmoil was The Japanese Pottery Handbook: Revised Edition less than welcomed and was another happening that the Portuguese society had to adjust back thenOf course I knew about this situation from recent Portuguese history since I ve met people whoived through this However I d never really understood how this had happened and how difficult it was for these people They had to The Columbia Guide to East African Literature in English Since 1945 (The Columbia Guides to Literature Since 1945) leave everything behind as they started fearing for their ownives but arrived in a new place with only a suitcase and somehow tried to manage to Reshape Their Lives In New Schools Finding New Jobs Looking their Reckoning The Epic Battle Against Sexual Abuse and Harassment lives in new schools finding new jobsooking a place to The Conditions of Agricultural Growth The Economics of Agrarian Change under Population Pressure liveI veearned a عمارة يعقوبيان lot about this troubed period while reading the book and could confirm that my friends recommendations do not fail However this is not always an easy book to read and at times I had a very small and in pain heartLooking forward to having the chance to read from Dulce Magnificent writer with magnificent stories to tell If there were books translated from Portuguese to myanguage or English I would read them because I m already a fanThere s nothing Jane Addams like stumbling upon a flawless prose it sike a river and you keep swimming through it And keep getting and emotionally involved without even noticing Caring for characters and stealing every free moment of your time to get back to them means you re dealing with an extraordinary writer who knows how to capture not only your thoughts but your emotions as well This particular subject of fleeing one s home rings so familiar especially with the present Sem salvação garantida ue se degrada de dia para dia A adolescência torna­ se uma espera assustada pela idade adulta aprender o desespero e a raiva reaprender o amor inventar a esperançaÁfrica sempre presente mas cada vez mais ong. The ReturnThis book gives us an hint about colonization and decolonization of PALOP African countries and the different perspectives of it Not an historical book but makes you rethink of a big part of Portuguese recent history Interesting book and easy to read Pleasant reading but I don t feel I will remember it for a ong time Based on the reviews I read I was expecting feelings apart from a good read An excellent book about a timeplace in history that I knew "nothing about The book is devoid of dialogue and is instead "about The book is devoid of dialogue and is instead in a young man s mind I would prefer dialogue It describes what my parents never told me about coming back from Africa their silence is described here The book is extremely well written it s compulsive and you should not miss it specially if your parents and grandparents also escaped from a war What a brilliant work Please world pay attention to this author She deserves international acclaimThe story is culturally and historically fascinating The prose in translation is fast paced startling innovative The characters who you come to really care about nonetheless have real to The Mindset of Organization: Take Back Your House One Phase at a Time life flawsike beliefs of disloyalty family It took me a while to get into this book and the writing style but it was the story that eventually made this about a 35 readThe story is narrated by a 15 year old boy has grown up in Angola as part of the Portuguese colonial class In 1975 the Salazar collapses and so does portugals colonial empire as any whites are risk of death if they do not escape to the homeland The boy witnesses his father being taken by Angolan men who bundle him into carIn Portugal he is placed with his mother and sister in a hotel with other refugees an A very good book about something that has been very seldom written about the return of half a million peopl. 1975 Luanda A descolonização instiga ódios e guerrasOs brancos debandam e em poucos meses chegam a Portugal mais de meio milhão de pessoas O processo revolucionário está no seu auge e os retornados são recebidos com desconfiança