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Echo: Essays on Other Literatures
This collection of essays explores the literature of Italian immigrants in Canada and their children...
Tell the Oak Tree to Grow Faster: Selected Aphorisms
Tell the Oak Tree to Grow Faster is the first book of Maria Luisa Spaziani's...
The Voices We Carry: Recent Italian American Women's Fiction
This collection voices the ongoing fascination with ethnicity in America. In this case, it is...
The Tough Romance
The 1979 publication of The Tough Romance established Pier Giorgio di Cicco as the foremost...
Son of Italy
In the original introduction to Pascal D'Angelo's Son of Italy, the renowned literary critic Carl...
Olivo Oliva
This fantastical novel opens with Pina, a young Sicilian woman, being seduced by the son...
The term arrangiarsi is normally defined as "making do" or "getting by." This book marks the first attempt to provide a comprehensive treatment of the Italian presence in Canada, and to capture the experience of the Italian immigrants who helped to build this country. Through historical, literary, and artistic approaches, this collection of essays explores how these immigrants saw and were seen: what were their ambitions, their setbacks, their strategies for adapting to the new land. In addition to the editors, contributors include: the late Robert Harney , Bruno Ramirez, Gabriele Scardellato, Laurier Lacroix, Paul-André Linteau, Susan Iannucci, Nicoletta Serio,...
Arrangiarsi: The Italian Immigration Experience in Canada
Made in Italy
Vendetta: The True Story of the Largest Lynching in U.S. History
My Father, Marconi
The Other Shore
A Place of Light
Fabrizio's Passion
The Woman I Am
A Mystery in Naples
Looking Through My Mother's Eyes: Life Stories of Nine Italian Immigrant Women in Canada
The Blue Whale