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Growing Up Italian: How Being Brought Up As An Italian American Helped Shape The Characters, Lives, And Fortunes Of Twenty Four Celebrated Americans

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Memoirs by Mario Cuomo; Yogi Berra; Gay Talese; Helen Boehm; Ken Auletta; John Ciardi; Frank Stella; Eleanor Smeal; Cardinal Bernardin; Arthur Caliandro; Aileen Rioto Sirey; Geraldine Ferraro; Loretta Di Franco; Robert Venturi; Bonnie Tiburzi; Bishop Mugavero; Tony Bennett; Francis Coppola; Michael Andretti; Daniele Gioseffi; Rudolph Giuliani; Alphonse D'Amato; Claudia di ...more
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Published by William Morrow & Company (first published July 28th 1988)
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Marianna Randazzo
Very interesting essays by Italian-Americans spanning a variety of professions, Growing up as a second generation Italian-American, I felt very connected their lives.


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ok, feeling like im back in school...
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