Sometimes I Dream in ItalianLarge Print - 2001
The plastic Pieta on top of the TV. The dish shaped like a Venetian gondola. The seashell-studded crucifix . . . Years later, Angel and Lina Lupo would debate what was the most hideous thing in their parents' cramped and quintessentially Catholic house. Why couldn't they just forget about being Italian and have a normal American childhood? The sisters always longed to flee their parents' world for the glamour of New York and Hollywood. But once they have grown from ragazze to donne -- girls to women -- they will look back on those times with wistfulness and sorrow.
Publisher: Thorndike, ME : Thorndike Press, 2001
Edition: LARGE PRINT ED
Characteristics: 320 p. (large print) ; 23 cm