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Devils in Paradise: Writing on Post-Emigrant Culture
What is an Italian North American? What is Italian-American culture? How is an immigrant group...
Obsessed with Language: A Sociolinguistic History of Quebec
A fascinating study of the French-Canadian dialect, this insightful analysis examines the intimate relationship between...
Cosmopolitics: Public Policy of Outer Space
Defined as the "public affairs of outer space," Cosmopolitics deals with the international legal, economic,...
Cambodia and The Year of UNTAC: Life and Love in Cambodia's 1993 Election
This is the untold story of what went on behind the scenes when the UN...
The Bob Dylan Albums
In The Bob Dylan Albums, Anthony Varesi analyzes the Dylan canon through a detailed discussion...
Fremde: Discourse on the Foreign
Gino Chiellino lives in Augsburg, Germany, and his collection of poems, Sich die Fremde nehmen...
Between June 15 and June 17, 1996, in San Diego, California, Pasquale Verdicchio and Antonio D'Alfonso sat before a microphone and spoke about a number of burning issues. Literature, the politics of publishing, identity, culture, ethnicity, multiculturalism, nationalism: Verdicchio and D'Alfonso tackle these issues in this casual yet intense dialogue. This volume is a perfect companion to D'Alfonso's In Italics (1996) and Verdicchio's Devils in Paradise (1997), both works published by Guernica.
Duologue: On Culture and Identity

Antonio D'Alfonso, Pasquale Verdicchio
1999
Duologue: On Culture and Identity
Otherworldly Hamlet
The Great Dictators: Interviews with Filmakers of Italian Descent
Italo-Canadesi: Nationality and Citizenship
Accidental Genius: The Pantheon of Modern American Poets
Echo: Essays on Other Literatures
If You're Not Free At Work, Where Are You Free?: Literature and Social Change
Interviews to Literature
ATM SEX
Critics Who Know Jack: Urban Myths, Media and Rock & Roll
Culture and Difference: Essays on Canadian Society
Mystical One: George Harrison
Conscience and Coercion: Ahmadi Muslims and Orthodoxy in Pakistan