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Homesickness single work   essay  
  • Author:agent Michael Brennan
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Homesickness
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'Moreno Giovannoni’s collection of tales – populous and baggy, earthy and engrossing – offers not a history but the lifeblood, the living memory, of a small town in northern Italy called San Ginese, or more specifically a hamlet in its shadow called Villora. Villora is the point of departure and return for generations of Sanginesini, and the locus of the tales told.' (Introduction)

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