Con Amore: A Daughter-In-Law's Story of Growing Up Italian-American in Bushwick #2020

Con Amore: A Daughter-In-Law's Story of Growing Up Italian-American in Bushwick By Bea Tusiani Con Amore A Daughter In Law s Story of Growing Up Italian American in Bushwick Cultural Writing Memoir Yearning for acceptance from her Italian speaking mother in law Bea Tusiani s stories offer a glimpse into the struggle of generations From Bushwick Brooklyn in the s to
  • Title: Con Amore: A Daughter-In-Law's Story of Growing Up Italian-American in Bushwick
  • Author: Bea Tusiani
  • ISBN: 9781884419669
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • Con Amore: A Daughter-In-Law's Story of Growing Up Italian-American in Bushwick By Bea Tusiani Cultural Writing Memoir Yearning for acceptance from her Italian speaking mother in law, Bea Tusiani s stories offer a glimpse into the struggle of generations From Bushwick, Brooklyn in the 1950 s to her mother in law s kitchen in the Bronx, Tusiani shows how two women who loved the same man, one as a mother, the other a wife, came to an understanding con a.Cultural Writing Memoir Yearning for acceptance from her Italian speaking mother in law, Bea Tusiani s stories offer a glimpse into the struggle of generations From Bushwick, Brooklyn in the 1950 s to her mother in law s kitchen in the Bronx, Tusiani shows how two women who loved the same man, one as a mother, the other a wife, came to an understanding con a with love You will find much to celebrate in this beautifully told tale Adriana Trigiani.
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    About "Bea Tusiani"

    1. Bea Tusiani

      Bea Tusiani is a freelance writer published in The New York Times and Newsday, among many other magazines and newspapers She has written a memoir, Con A, and a children s book, The Fig Cake Family, both strongly rooted in her Italian heritage Bea founded the Writer s Network of Long Island, the Frances Hodgson Burnett Collection at the Manhasset Public Library, and the Italian Welfare League s charitable I Nostri Bambini Program Most recently, together with her family she established the Borderline Personality Disorder Resource Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital.

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