9 edition of Italian-American novel found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 389-409.
|LC Classifications||PS153.I8 G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||415|
|LC Control Number||72011081|
By: Dina Di Maio, ISDA Contributor When I started a book club to read the works of Italian-American authors, I was flabbergasted. I know that Italian-American authors are an overlooked group by traditional publishing. However, there are a number of books written by them, more than enough to create a list for a monthly book Continued. It was written by an Italian-American literary couple, and as it’s a play, the Italian is conversational and the level is quite approachable for the intermediate learner. The first half of the book is the text of the play in English, the second is the same text in Italian. “Better Reading Italian”.
These women have authored many books depicting Italian American women in a new light. Helen Barolini's The Dream Book: An Anthology of Writings by Italian American Women () was the first anthology that pulled together the historic range of writing from the late 19th century to the s. "My Italian Bulldozer" is a stand-alone novel about Paul Stuart, a man in his mid-thirties whose girlfriend has just let him for her personal trainer, Paul is a successful food and wine writer, and to help him get over his heartbreak, he takes a trip to Tuscany where hilarity (and romance) ensues/5().
Together, the three books may comprise the Great Italian-American novel. But my favorite is this, the finale, concerned with the first generation raised on our side of the Atlantic. As a couple of young adults teeter, agonized, between embracing and rejecting their Molisano past, the sister Rita looms like a an alternative Madonna, educated and. As the historian Jennifer Guglielmo writes, the newcomers encountered waves of books, magazines and newspapers that “bombarded Americans with images of .
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The Italian-American Novel: A Document of the Interaction of Two Cultures. Rose Basile Green. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, - Fiction - pages. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. “Elena Ferrante’s gutsy and compulsively readable new novel, the first of a quartet, is a terrific entry point for Americans unfamiliar with the famously reclusive writer, whose go-for-broke tales of women’s shadow selves—those ambivalent mothers and seething divorcées too complex or unseemly for polite society (and most literary fiction, for that matter)—shimmer with Balzacian human detail and /5(K).
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