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Millicent Accardi
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Undergraduates · Graduates · Law Students · International - Undergraduate · International - Graduate · Research · Support TTU · TTU System · Web Sites · Need Help? TTU Home Communications & Marketing Home Texas Tech Today Texas Tech News. February 11, 2008 ...
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What's in the restaurant cellar? Cool Lego design that my godbaby made!
Whats in the cellar?   It's just a normal day at the busy restaurant kitchen, until Bob goes down into the cellar to get some vegetables for his sausage casseroll. He hears th...
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This is my FAVORITE YouTube song-- I use the link for everyone's birthday. As a Portuguese-American I am so grateful for your song-- it is sweet!
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Great idea!  How did you use the pasta pass to get To Go food? I thought it was just eat-in?
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I hope you'll enjoy my interview with Katherine Vaz
-- the author of two novels and two collections of short fiction. The literary critic Vamberto Freitas praised her Saudade as the first Portuguese-American novel to receive “significant attention from the American literary world,” and Dr. K. David Jackson of Yale calls the book “a major contribution to Latino/Latina/Hispanic Literatures in the U.S. and U.S. minority literature.”  Luso-Americano declared Vaz to be “the only author in the United States tackling the theme of Portuguese emigration."
By Millicent Borges Accardi, Contributor (*) Katherine Vaz is the author of two novels: Saudade and Mariana; and two collections of short fiction: Fado and Other Stories and Our Lady of the Artichokes. The literary critic Vamberto Freitas praised Saudade as the first Portuguese-American novel to receive “significant attention from the American literary world,” and […]
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By Millicent Borges Accardi, Contributor (*) A native of Pawtucket, RI, Professor Alice Clemente is a Portuguese-American with roots in mainland Portugal. After completing her undergraduate and graduate work in Spanish Literature at Brown University, her love for the Portuguese language and heritage kept her working in a degree in Language Arts. For over ten […]
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In case you missed it in the xmas rush, my interview w/George Monteiro: Portuguese American Journal http://portuguese-american-journal.com/george-monteiro-a-distinguished-career-in-excellence-interview/ via @PortAmerJournal
By Millicent Borges Accardi, Contributor (*)   George Monteiro, a Rhode Island native with roots in mainland Portugal, is an esteemed professor emeritus at Brown University and a distinguished scholar in the fields of American and Portuguese Literatures. A twentieth-century American literature scholar, with an academic interest in Portuguese and Brazilian literature, Monteiro is the […]
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Enjoyed your analysis (I've seen the movie once and will now watch it again) Also, perhaps of interest is The Double, the 2002 novel by Portuguese author and Nobel prize winner José Saramago. In Portuguese, the title O Homem Duplicado  means "The Duplicated Man." 
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 Millicent Borges Accardi, Interviews Editor   In 2014, the poet Erika L. Sánchez was named One of Chicago’s 25 Writers to Watch. She is an activist for reproductive rights and women’s health and works as a freelance jo...
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