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Arrangiarsi: The Italian Immigration Experience in Canada
The term arrangiarsi is normally defined as "making do" or "getting by." This book marks...
A Mystery in Naples
In trying to uncover why Francesca Nobili killed herself, this mystery novel searches the politically...
Claiming Kin
Set in Santa Cruz, California; San Remo, Italy; Paris, France; and a fictional town called...
Conceptions
First published in hardcover by Guernica in 1980 (as the third volume in the Essential...
The Films of Jacques Tati
Life is full of homages to Jacques Tati. Tati is a great film comic who...
The Tough Romance
The 1979 publication of The Tough Romance established Pier Giorgio di Cicco as the foremost...
Antonio Gramsci's The Southern Question remains as provocative today as it was when it was written. During ten years of political imprisonment under Mussolini's Fascist government, Gramsci produced The Prison Notebooks, a continued meditation on subjects and relationships first proposed within the pages of this essay. The purpose in re-introducing the essay is to emphasize how Gramsci's analysis of social stratification of Northern and Southern Italy in 1926 is relevant to current discussions about state formation, diasporas, and strategic alliances.
The Southern Question

Antonio Gramsci, Pasquale Verdicchio
2006
The Southern Question
Looking Through My Mother's Eyes: Life Stories of Nine Italian Immigrant Women in Canada
Fabrizio's Passion
Passenger: Selected Poems
Olivo Oliva
My Father, Marconi
Blood of My Blood: The Dilemma of the Italian-Americans
The Woman I Am
Émile Nelligan: Selected Poems
The Blue Whale
Lovhers
Breaking the Mould
A Place of Light