The book is an absorbingreminiscence of an Italian-American’s life over past decades and hisre-encounter with his Italian heritage. Clear, picturesque writing describesthe adventures of growing up in a Little Italy of a New Englandtown during the 40s and life in the World War II home front. Mostly it’s aboutall sorts of people from Angela the singing troubadour of Beech Street to Al the spiritual atheistThe reader is taken from a small New England town to New York City,from being a saxophone player in a swing big band to being a lawyer in WallStreet. It’s about living in the charades of Mexicoand the drug curse of Colombia.In the end it’s about returningto the beginning and to the Wines of October.
The Wines of October: An Italian-American Tale
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Italian American Culture/Studies