The Fortunate Pilgrim

The Fortunate Pilgrim

Large Print - 1997
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Twice-widowed Lucia Santa, proud matriarch of the Angeluzzi-Corbo family, struggles to raise her six children and preserve traditional Italian values in America, in a portrait of Italian immigrants in New York City from the late 1920s to World War II

Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : G.K. Hall, c1997, 1992, c1964
ISBN: 9780783882376
0783882378
Branch Call Number: LP F PUZ
Characteristics: 386 p. : 24 cm

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MrMiyagi
Oct 01, 2013

Puzo wrote this book with a hemorrhage of prose. Every sentence is overly descriptive, every character action is described with fifty words where three would suffice.
It is a slow, boring read and not at all defining the people it attempts to bring to life.

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