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Sweet Lemons 2: International Writings with a Sicilian Accent

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Sweet Lermons 2 continues the tradition established in the first volume "Collectively, these writings serve as a remarkable testimony to the richness, diversity, tenacity, and adaptability of those who trace their roots (and their routes) to the ancient island of Sicily." This volume is an excellent guide to Sicelitude.Several dozen Sicilian-Canadaians and Sicilian-America ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by Legas Publishing
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Marilena
Oct 18, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Marilena by: Delia DeSantis
An anthology that reunites the works of writers of Sicilian origin from Canada, the US, Australia and other countries. The genres are complex-from literary essays to short stories, poems, fragments from novels as well as legends and fairy tales reminding us of several aspects of Sicilian culture.
I particularly liked the works of Delia DeSantis, Carmen Laurenza Ziolkowski, Sam Migliore, Paolo M. Fiorentino, Arianna Fognani, Jerre Mangione, Enzo Farinella, Donna L. Gestri, Luigi Capuana, Piera Ca
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