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Published by Fawcett in New York .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Statementby Harry Whittington
ContributionsCopyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCPB Box no. 1648 vol. 11
The Physical Object
Pagination220 p. ;
Number of Pages220
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24501383M
ISBN 100449142868
LC Control Number00514634
OCLC/WorldCa6412986

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Sicilian Sisters: Women in La Famiglia delves into Nancy Cincolla’s 15th century Pirate ancestors, who were filled with a deviant subculture held together by the spirit of revolt and their version of democracy to maintain their social structure. Through the wisdom of their five Sicilian wives, the Pirates were chosen by the town people of. Jacqueline has written the only biography about this complex medieval woman who lived in a complex time that included a multicultural society. As with all of Jacqueline’s books, it is authoritative and yet easy to read and engaging, taking the reader along a journey. The book will appeal to historians, both casual and academic alike. The extensive culture of Italy unfurls from the bordering city of Aosta down to the jewel at the end of the boot in the rich seaside towns of y traces back a manifold of invaders, interlopers, and wanderers that have influenced the varied architecture, education, and legacy of Italy.   This was a very interesting article and yes it is very well known that Sicilians are totally a mixed breed due to all the invasions over the centuries I’m very proud to be an American of Sicilian/Calabrian descent one more thing to ponder is anyone aware of the old Southern Italian custom if a woman is widowed at an early age.

*Harlequin Enterprises ULC () is located at Bay Adelaide Centre, East Tower, 22 Adelaide Street West, 41st Floor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 4E3 and sends informational and promotional emails on behalf of itself and Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation.   I did not know, for example, that Bufalino was Sicilian – his Menzogne della note (Lies of the Night) is a terrific book. Another writer to add (and to help remedy the shortage of women writers on the list) is Goliarda Sapienza. Her chef d’oeuvre – L’arte della gioia (The Art of Joy) – just came out in English translation last year. An extraordinary and inherently riveting read from beginning to end, The Sicilian Woman's Daughter is an original and deftly crafted novel showcasing the genuine flair for narrative storytelling by author Linda Lo Scuro (a pen name) highly recommended for community library . Entertainingly, the dynamic Frances Minto Elliot, author of The Diary of an Idle Woman in Sicily, was, quite rightly, more amused than ashamed of being shown around the stone quarries of Syracuse unchaperoned – the young Sicilian man accompanying her .