The Sicilians

The Sicilians

by Joseph Privitera
     
 

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This is a book of reflection by a Sicilian who happened to be born in America. Dr. Privitera writes about Sicily and Sicilians with pride and empathy. He reviews the many accomplishments of Sicilians, focusing on such writers as Luigi Pirandello, Nobel Prize for 1934, Giovanni Verga and others who expressed in their writings the essence of Sicelitude.

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This is a book of reflection by a Sicilian who happened to be born in America. Dr. Privitera writes about Sicily and Sicilians with pride and empathy. He reviews the many accomplishments of Sicilians, focusing on such writers as Luigi Pirandello, Nobel Prize for 1934, Giovanni Verga and others who expressed in their writings the essence of Sicelitude.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013728370
Publisher:
Legas
Publication date:
01/06/2001
Series:
Sicilian Studies , #6
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
162
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Joseph Privitera was a trained linguist who taught Romance Languages in various university and worke for the State Department in South America before becoming the director of the Voice of America for Italy.

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