References in classic literature ?
If the country were open on its borders, new forms would certainly immigrate, and this also would seriously disturb the relations of some of the former inhabitants.
The Feast of Lupercal (1957) concerns a bachelor schoolteacher, Luck of Ginger Coffey, The (1960) portrays a middle-aged Irish failure who immigrates to Canada to charm his way to fortune, and The Emperor of Ice Cream (1965) deals with a boy who is shocked into manhood by the bombing of Belfast in World War II.
The Jewish Agency, increasingly concerned over the refusal of Iran's 25,000 Jews to immigrate to Israel [aliyah], wants to offer them $5,000 to make the move.