The Portuguese have been emigrating around the globe for centuries, and the number of emigrant communities in the UK has grown substantially over the twentieth century, and into the twenty-first. Despite this fact, however, both literary accounts of life in as terras de sua majestadea and modern travel writing are few and far between. Maria Ondina Braga's depiction of Britain in the 1950s, in her fictionalised autobiography and also her fiction, captures not only the culture clash, but vividl...Expand abstract
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