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Were You Always an Italian?: Ancestors and Other Icons of Italian America - Maria Laurino


"One of the best books about the immigrant experience in America....unique and gracefully written."—San Francisco Chronicle

Maria Laurino sifts through the stereotypes bedeviling



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Were You Always an Italian?: Ancestors and Other Icons of Italian America - Maria Laurino


"One of the best books about the immigrant experience in America....unique and gracefully written."—San Francisco Chronicle

Maria Laurino sifts through the stereotypes bedeviling