Italian folktales in America: the verbal art of an immigrant woman

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Wayne State University Press, 1985 - Social Science - 322 pages
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Gathers fairy tales told by Clementina Todesco, an Italian immigrant, offers background information about her life in Italy and America, and explains how and when the tales were told

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Clementina Todesco, an immigrant from a northern Italian village, is the focus of this study and collection. The texts presented were collected by her daughter in the 1940s. Mathias and Raspa ... Read full review

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Introduction
3
Context and History
21
The Storyteller in Italy
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