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Social Pluralism and Literary History: The Literature of Italian Emigration
Guernica Editions, Fall 1996
330 pages
Trade Paperback
ISBN13: 9781550710182
ISBN10: 1550710184
English
$5.00 Canada, $5.00 US

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These essays trace the presence of an Italian heritage in the U.S.A., Canadian, and Australian literatures and ponder the consequences. While some of the articles describe the texts or recount the history of Italian immigrant literature, others address the theoretical implications, situate the discussion about the works of authors of Italian origin within the current critical ethos. Authors included: Sneja Gunew, Antonio D'Alfonso, Robert Viscusi, Rose Romano, Cesare Pitto, Joseph Pivato, Pasquale Verdicchio, Enoch Padolsky, William Boelhower, Carol Bono Albright, Gaetano Rando, Giovanni Andreoni, and Gino Chiellino.

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