A Guy from Brooklyn

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iUniverse, Oct 8, 2002 - Fiction - 350 pages
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Like the acclaimed television series, The Sopranos, A Guy from Brooklyn offers a keen insight into the complexity of human nature. Unlike the mafia Don, however, Guy Lorenzos life-defining journey leads him from the tough Brooklyn streets to the hallowed halls of academia. While reminiscent of the great European novels of development, A Guy from Brooklyn is pure Americana, often simultaneously solemn and hilarious, and always thought provoking.

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Don LoCicero has enjoyed a distinguished career as a professor at Cedar Crest College in Allentown, Pennsylvania. A nationally acclaimed linguist, scholar and a gifted novelist whose works have been published here and as far abroad as China, Dr. LoCicero grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Recently retired, he continues to write and to lecture before national and international audiences on such diverse subjects as the Holocaust and other genocides, the superhero in world literature and film, and the female hero. He lives in Allentown, Pennsylvania with his wife, Cecelia.

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