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Open Access Abyssal fiction&58; common shares, colonial cleavages

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&60;p&62;The paper aims to develop a reflection on the interaction between the legacies of colonialism and traditional symbolic and cultural practices in African Portuguese-speaking spaces. From a preliminary analysis of fictional texts of wide circulation in Brazil, aims to examine the cleavages, or “abyssal lines” that constitute experiences printed in the daily life of the former Portuguese colony of Cape Verde, Mozambique and Angola.&60;/p&62;&60;p&62;---&60;/p&62;&60;p&62;DOI&58; http&58;//dx.doi.org/10.21881/abriluff.2016n17a378&60;/p&62;
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Affiliations: 1: Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro 2: PUC-Rio

Publication date: January 1, 2016

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