Homeward Bound: Anju and Ivy and the Story of Early Goan Migrants

by Aloysius D'souza

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Sylveser Philip D'souza went west to Canada in 1918 to look for gold, but lost his fortune. A year later his son Anju D'souza went east to Burma, and discovered a golden last. Visit Nachinola in 1942. Meet Goans from 1908. Encounter World War II on the eastern front. Take a holiday in Goa of .....more


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Sylveser Philip D'souza went west to Canada in 1918 to look for gold, but lost his fortune. A year later his son Anju D'souza went east to Burma, and discovered a golden last.

Visit Nachinola in 1942. Meet Goans from 1908. Encounter World War II on the eastern front. Take a holiday in Goa of the times. And experience what life was like just after the Portuguese rule ended in seldom-written-about Goa of the 1960s.

But these are more than just the stories of one family. It tells the story of a generation and more, in times when Goa was undergoing very rapid change. It is a story of Goa, of a period many would recall wistfully.

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ISBN 9789380739847
Category Biographies and Memoirs
Language English
Edition First
Published in 2016
Publisher Goa,1556/Golden Heart Emporium
Condition Brand New
Pages 288
Width 5.4 inches
Height 8.5 inches
Tags Biography , Goan Migration , Non-fiction

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