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Low Italian (Via Folios, 41) epub

by George Guida


Low Italian (Via Folios, 41) epub

ISBN: 188441981X

ISBN13: 978-1884419812

Author: George Guida

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Poetry

Language: English

Publisher: Bordighera Press (January 1, 2007)

Pages: 98 pages

ePUB book: 1440 kb

FB2 book: 1621 kb

Rating: 4.6

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Low Italian (Via Folios, 41).

Low Italian (Via Folios, 41). ISBN. 188441981X (ISBN13: 9781884419812).

Poetry is a comic genius who is writing some of the funniest, most successfully satiric poems about Italian American behavior and culture, and b. .

Poetry is a comic genius who is writing some of the funniest, most successfully satiric poems about Italian American behavior and culture, and by extension, ethnicity in general.

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Italians (Italian: italiani ) are a Romance ethnic group and nation native to the Italian geographical region and its neighbouring insular territories.

and she remained anxiously watchingtill she saw him suddenly shaken by a little joyous laugh as he turnedback to the beginning of the letter, and looking at her above hisspectacles, said, in a low tone, "What do you think, Susan?"

His face had an expressionof grave surprise, which alarmed her a little, but he did not like tobe questioned while he was reading, and she remained anxiously watchingtill she saw him suddenly shaken by a little joyous laugh as he turnedback to the beginning of the letter, and looking at her above hisspectacles, said, in a low tone, "What do you think, Susan?" .

Poetry. Goerge Guida's first collection of poems, LOW ITALIAN, shows that he "...is a comic genius who is writing some of the funniest, most successfully satiric poems about Italian American behavior and culture, and by extension, ethnicity in general. His work has the self-assurance of a master: his voice can be assertive, ironic, self-reflexive, harlequinesque, self-depricating, and noble, all the time remaining spontaneous, unified, and faithful to its own unique vision"--John Paul Russo, Co-Editor of the ITALIAN AMERICANA.
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My copy just arrived this week, and I've been pouring over it. Beautiful stuff. Speaking as a non-Italian-American, I felt like I was getting a chance to peer into a thick slice of American culture that TV, movies, and music have somehow missed. No stereotypes here. Guida's writing about the real human experience. Funny. Genuine. Deeply personal. Never maudlin. In other words: recommended.
With this delightful collection of poems, alive with the savvy pacing and slicing humor of performance pieces, George Guida adds flavorful new dimensions to the still-developing story of what Italians have done for our culture. One poem takes a dinner and lecture through Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso. Another whirls, laughing, from what's masculine about Italian men to what's effeminate about them, and then back again, brilliantly. Nearly all these one- and two-page pieces prove, besides, richly redolent of greater New York, its ebbs and flows of immigrant settlement. Yet at the same time the poems quash, decisively, any easy and dreary sentimental fallbacks. A great find for any reader who likes his grappa straight, cleansing -- and delicious.