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This collection of essays expands on Gaetano Cipolla's successful booklet entitled "What Makes a Sicilian?" Its contents include "The Jews in Sicily", "The Arabs in Sicily" "Sicily and Greece", "Is Sicilian a Language or a Dialect?" as well as chapters on Sicilian literature.
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Prof Gaetano Cipolla teaches at St. John's University and is the leading authority on Sicilian language and literature. He is president and editor of Arba Sicula. He is also President of Casa Sicilia.Review:
"Professor Cipolla examined aspects of the Sicilian ethos and wrote an eminently authoritative text all Sicilians should read." --Antonio Pagano, Sicilia Parra
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Book Description Legas, Mineola, 2005. Softcover. Condition: New. 249 pages. Softcover. New book. ITALY. Examines many aspects of the Sicilian ethos and comes up with an eminently authoritative text that all Sicilians should read. Contains chapters on the Greek, Jewish, and Arabic presence and on their influence on Sicilians, as well as studies on the Sicilian language and Sicilian literature, focusing on Pirandello, Meli, Martoglio, Brancati and Camilleri. (Key Words: Sicily, Gaetano Cipolla, Italy, Ethos, Greeks, Jews, Arabs, Sicilians, Sicilian Language, Sicilian Literature, Pirandello, Giovanni Meli, Nino Martoglio, Vitaliano Brancati, Andrea Camilleri). First Edition (Unstated). Sicilian Studies Series. book. Seller Inventory # 24460X12
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