In the Garden of Papa Santuzzu (Paperback)

Author: Tony Ardizzone

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An enchanting, warm, and wise novel about a close-knit family's immigration from Sicily to America in the early 1900s, "In the Garden of Papa Santuzzu" is rich and vibrant--a tale of the stories families tell each other, stores that make up a deeply personal and common history.

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Publisher Picador USA
Mfg Part# 9780312263416
SKU 30591820
Format Paperback
ISBN10 0312263414
Release Date 4/10/2007
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Dimensions (in Inches) 8H x 5.5L x 0.75T
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Editors Note A richly detailed chronicle of the slow and steady emigration of a close Sicilian family to America in the early 1900s captures the individual stories of family members as they successive escape their feudal past for a better future. Reprint.
Editors Note 1 In the Garden of Papa Santuzzu is a magical, warm, and wise novel about a close-knit family's immigration from Sicily to America in the early 1900s. Wanting more for their children and grandchildren than a lifetime of servitude in the fields of a tyrannical Sicilian landlord, Papa Santuzzu and his wife, Adriana, push their seven sons and daughters, one by one, to immigrate to La Merica, a land of promise and opportunity. Here is a rich and vibrant novel about the stories families tell each other, stories that make up a deeply personal and a common history.
Editors Note 2 In the Garden of Papa Santuzzu is a magical, warm, and wise novel about a close-knit family's immigration from Sicily to America in the early 1900s. Wanting more for their children and grandchildren than a lifetime of servitude in the fields of a tyrannical Sicilian landlord, Papa Santuzzu and his wife, Adriana, push their seven sons and daughters, one by one, to immigrate to La Merica, a land of promise and opportunity. Here is a rich and vibrant novel about the stories families tell each other, stories that make up a deeply personal and a common history.
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Number of Pages 0352
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