Ancient Memories, Modern Identities: Italian Roots in Contemporary Canadian Authors
Ancient Memories, Modern Identities stands for pagan, peasant memories in a post-modern, urban North America. Second and third generation authors, young by adoption but old in their vision, express the phenomenon of migration as both physical displacement and indelible memory.
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The Formation of a Little Italy in Montreal
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