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by Domenick Eannello,Dominick M. Eannello

Download Sicily: Where Love Is ePub
  • ISBN 1881901270
  • ISBN13 978-1881901273
  • Language English
  • Author Domenick Eannello,Dominick M. Eannello
  • Publisher Legas Publishing (June 2002)
  • Pages 226
  • Formats rtf lrf mbr lrf
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory United States
  • Size ePub 1605 kb
  • Size Fb2 1137 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 220

This is the story of two generations of the Salerno family. It's a fascinating tale of love, respect for the family and heritage.

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by Dominick M. Eannello. Here's a fascinating tale of love as well as respect for family and heritage. Key Words: Sicilians, Sicily, Italy, World War II, Fiction, Love, Family, Children, Domenico M. Eannello). Publish date: 04/01/2002.

Sicily : where love is. by. Eannello, Dominick . 1932-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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1. Sicily: Where Love Is. Published by Legas, Mineola (2002). ISBN 10: 1881901270 ISBN 13: 9781881901273. Seller Inventory 18778X1. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

Sicily: Where Love Is. By Thriftbooks. com User, July 29, 2002. Either way, my travels to Sicily through reading this book were a trip that I would recommend to anyone. It is not often that I read a book and find myself interacting with the characters portrayed. It may be the result of my Italian heritage or perhaps that I am lucky enough to have close-knit family and friends like the ones described. sicilly:where love is. com User, July 13, 2002. Perhaps because I am of Italian heritage I found myselflost in this book

Dominick A Eannello Dominick A Eannello, 1913 - 2001. Dominick A Eannello was born on September 7 1913.

Dominick A Eannello Dominick A Eannello, 1913 - 2001. Dominick lived in Falmouth, Massachusetts 02540, USA. Dominick passed away on February 5 2001, at age 87. Dominick M Eannello Dominick M Eannello, 1932 - 2007. Dominick M Eannello was born on March 1 1932. Dominick lived in Schenectady, New York 12309, USA. Dominick passed away on January 21 2007, at age 74. . Public Records Index. Dominick M Eannello 1932Dominick M Eannello, born 1932. Dominick M Eannello was born on month day 1932

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Eannello, Dominick Michael was born on March 1, 1942 in New York City. Son of Joseph Michael and Josephine Eannello. Bachelor of Science, Siena College, 1954; Master of Science, Siena College, 1969; Doctor of Philosophy, State University of New York, Albany, 1973.

Talk about Sicily: Where Love Is


Iesha
It is written at the level of a Jr High School student with little historical accuracy. Sicilians in NYC during WWII? Many prominent Italians were interred in camps just as the Japanese were. No way the main character would be a visiting professor. That's just the initial chapters!
It's so easy
This is a lovely story about the lives and adventures of several generations of the Salerno family. This story shares their life in Sicily, which is built on their strong family and cultural values. I was reminded of many of my own family's Italian-American traditions and how many popular Italian expressions originated. I especially enjoyed when the characters visited several cities in Italy like Rome, Florence and Orvieto. The vivid descriptions of the history, art and food brought back many wonderful memories of my own visits to Italy.
I found this book very enjoyable and am looking forward to reading more about what lies ahead for the Salerno family.
Mallador
It is not often that I read a book and find myself interacting with the characters portrayed. It may be the result of my Italian heritage or perhaps that I am lucky enough to have close-knit family and friends like the ones described. Either way, my travels to Sicily through reading this book were a trip that I would recommend to anyone.
Aria
Perhaps because I am of Italian heritage I found myself
lost in this book. It's not only a love story,but a
story of friendship and the coming together of genuine
people. However, you don't have to be Italian to
thoroughly enjoy this book. The author has a way of
transporting you to Sicilly.
Ichalote
Very sad to say this: do not bother buying or reading this book. Predictable storyline. Little to no editing. Very disappointimg.
Berkohi
It is written at the level of a Jr High School student with little historical accuracy. Sicilians in NYC during WWII? Many prominent Italians were interred in camps just as the Japanese were. No way the main character would be a visiting professor. That's just the initial chapters!
VizoRRR
This is a lovely story about the lives and adventures of several generations of the Salerno family. This story shares their life in Sicily, which is built on their strong family and cultural values. I was reminded of many of my own family's Italian-American traditions and how many popular Italian expressions originated. I especially enjoyed when the characters visited several cities in Italy like Rome, Florence and Orvieto. The vivid descriptions of the history, art and food brought back many wonderful memories of my own visits to Italy.
I found this book very enjoyable and am looking forward to reading more about what lies ahead for the Salerno family.
It is not often that I read a book and find myself interacting with the characters portrayed. It may be the result of my Italian heritage or perhaps that I am lucky enough to have close-knit family and friends like the ones described. Either way, my travels to Sicily through reading this book were a trip that I would recommend to anyone.
Perhaps because I am of Italian heritage I found myself
lost in this book. It's not only a love story,but a
story of friendship and the coming together of genuine
people. However, you don't have to be Italian to
thoroughly enjoy this book. The author has a way of
transporting you to Sicilly.
Very sad to say this: do not bother buying or reading this book. Predictable storyline. Little to no editing. Very disappointimg.