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The Resource Voices of Italian America : a history of early Italian American literature with a critical anthology, Martino Marazzi ; translated by Ann Goldstein

Voices of Italian America : a history of early Italian American literature with a critical anthology, Martino Marazzi ; translated by Ann Goldstein

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Voices of Italian America : a history of early Italian American literature with a critical anthology
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Voices of Italian America
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a history of early Italian American literature with a critical anthology
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Martino Marazzi ; translated by Ann Goldstein
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This book presents for the first time in English a substantial choice of texts (excerpts from novels, short stories, memoirs, and poems), written in Italian by first-generation immigrants. Marazzi, a specialist in Italo-American cultural relations, introduces here the lives and works of a number of novelists, poets, activists, and journalists, who wrote for the myriad of newspapers published all around the country. There are authors of serialized novels (the "mysteries" of downtown Manhattan), N.Y.P.D. cops, and nationalists extolling the virtues of the Duce, as well as red anarchists, ladies, and "flappers" from the Italian American middle class, and proletarian rhetoricians
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Voices of Italian America : a history of early Italian American literature with a critical anthology, Martino Marazzi ; translated by Ann Goldstein
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Voices of Italian America : a history of early Italian American literature with a critical anthology, Martino Marazzi ; translated by Ann Goldstein
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Parts of this volume are the translation, with a few minor additions and corrections, of the author's Misteri di Little Italy. Milano : F. Angeli, 2001
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 322-336) and index
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Contents
The novel of the Italian in America -- Stowaway on board: Ezio Taddei -- The new world of the second generation: Pietro di Donato and John Fante -- Poetry of the Italian Americans -- Prose of testimony: the color line -- At Ellis Island -- Italian Americans and Italian writers
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