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The milk of almonds : Italian American women writers on food and culture

Author: Louise A DeSalvo; Edvige Giunta
Publisher: New York : Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Local government publication : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Material Type: Government publication, Local government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Louise A DeSalvo; Edvige Giunta
ISBN: 1558613927 9781558613928 1558614354 9781558614352
OCLC Number: 49566291
Description: xii, 346 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Rose and pink and round / Carole Maso --
Aperitivo / Mary Bucci Bush --
Mother Hunger and her seatbelt / Dorothy Barresi --
Beer. Milk. The dog. My old man / Kim Addonizio --
Our father / Cris Mazza --
Italian grocer / Rachel Guido deVries --
Smoke and fire / Mary Saracino --
Outside / Kim Addonizio --
Sacred hearts and tar / Donna Masini --
Kitchen communion / Camilla Trinchieri --
Dizzy spells / Dorothy Bryant --
My children's names / Janet Zandy --
Jazzman / Mary Russo Demetrick --
Bedtime story / Kim Addonizio --
The seven sacraments / Mary Beth Caschetta --
Kissing the bread / Sandra M. Gilbert --
Pomegranate / Lucia Perillo --
The anthology poems / Mary Ann Mannino --
The prodigal daughter / Dorothy Barresi --
The giara of memory / Edvige Giunta --
Go to hell / Nancy Caronia --
Motherlove / Mary Jo Bona --
We begin with food / Rosette Capotorto --
Breakfast in my seventeenth year / Rosette Capotorto --
Bone, veins, and fat / Cheryl Burke --
Big heart / Rita Ciresi --
The origins of milk / Daniela Gioseffi --
Cracked / Loryn Lipari --
Broke / Rosette Capotorto --
Other people's food / Pamela E. Barnett --
What I ate where / Diane di Prima --
The stereotype / Rosette Capotorto --
My grandmother, a chicken, and death / Regina Barreca --
"No thank you, I don't care for artichokes" / Sandra M. Gilbert --
Hot peppers / Rina Ferrarelli --
If you were a boy / Rosette Capotorto --
Tridicinu and 'mmaculata --
she's doing the dishes / Vittoria Repetto --
pasta poem / Vittoria Repetto --
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner / Agnes Rossi --
I can be bread / Anne Marie Macari --
Finocchio / Sandra M. Gilbert --
Pomodori / Adele Regina La Barre --
lovers and other dead animals / Vittoria Repetto --
Tripe / Lucia Perillo --
Let them eat cake / Anne Calcagno --
Parable / Anne Marie Macari --
Rosette / Susanne Antonetta --
Basil / Sandra M. Gilbert --
Love lettuce / Flavia Alaya --
The room / Anne Marie Macari --
Hunger / Donna Masini --
Dealing with broccoli rabe / Rosette Capotorto --
Sunday / Adria Bernardi --
The oven / Rosette Capotorto --
Ravioli, artichokes, and figs / Nancy Savoca --
Seventeenth Street : Paterson, New Jersey / Maria Mazziotti Gillan --
Passing it on / Maria Mazziotti Gillan --
You were always escaping / Maria Mazziotti Gillan --
Poem / Dorothy Barresi --
Coffee an' / Joanna Clapps Herman --
Jeanie / Phyllis Capello --
Working men / Phyllis Capello --
Moving in and moving up / Donna Masini --
Fatso / Mary Capello --
The lives of the saints / Susanne Antonetta --
After we bury her / Dorian Cirrone --
Ma, who told me you forgot how to cry / Maria Mazziotti Gillan --
The day Anna stopped making a-beetz / Suzanne Branciforte --
My mother's career at Skip's Luncheonette / Janet Zandy --
Secret gardens / Janet Zandy --
The exegesis of eating / Alane Salierno Mason --
The vinegarroon / Dorothy Barresi --
Triple bypass / Annie Lanzillotto --
Last supper / Jennifer Lagier --
New Year's Eve / Dorian Cirrone --
Baked ziti / Kym Ragusa --
What they'll say in a thousand years / Maria Terrone --
Polenta / Denise Calvetti Michaels --
Lament in good weather / Lucia Perillo --
Mafioso / Sandra M. Gilbert --
Picking apricots with Zia Antonia / Maria Fama --
Mortadella / Rosanna Colasurdo --
Keeping the wheat and let the chaff lie / Mary Ann Mannino --
The northside at seven / Lucia Perillo --
Words / Maria Laurino --
How to sing to a Dago / Rachel Guido deVries --
The post-rapture diner / Dorothy Barresi --
Cutting the bread / Louise DeSalvo.
Responsibility: edited by Louise DeSalvo and Edvige Giunta.
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