Published 1968 by Penguin .
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Originally published: Hamilton, 1964.
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Ten short stories in Italian, some fictional, some autobiographical The book also includes an award winning essay on the Italians in America (Gold medal, Premio Emigrazione).Dieci racconti, alcuni di fantasia, alcuni biografici.
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The penalties of blackness went well beyond name-calling in the apartheid South. Italians who had come to the country as “free white persons” were often marked as black because they accepted.
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