Una Storia Amore

Author: Mark Toro
Editor: Author House
ISBN: 9781467058148
Size: 16,66 MB
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Toro's debut novel offers a divine love story that takes one man back and forth between the Northeast and Midwest. When Michael leaves New York City and returns to Ohio, where he grew up, his life is a shambles. His ex-wife allows him to stay with her as he gets back on his feet, but their relationship remains broken. However, God intervenes in Michael's life, starting with a miracle that cures his chronic anxiety. Michael then has a vision and falls in love with a girl he's never met and feels prompted by God to woo her. A series of small miracles occurs to assist him; for example, he sends her a photograph of an angel statue that unintentionally includes the digits of his phone number. The path to love is not without trials, and Michael, his ex-wife and his new love interest must go through a healing process before they can find happy endings. Toro tells the story using a rhythmic, poetic style, giving the novel a dreamlike quality that compliments its romantic elements. This style does have its limitations, however; although the book's prayers and dialogue have a pleasant ring, they don't necessarily resemble natural speech. One prayer reads, in part, "I'd like for this ride to end...to put an end to this terrible spin, and start me anew on who you're willing to send...a normal but blessed love about to begin." Some plot details are so finely woven into the prose that casual readers may miss key information. Overall, Michael does a great deal of praying and reflecting--a narrative choice that benefits from the work's rhythmic style--creating a story that focuses more on emotion than action. A marriage of poetry and prose for fans of inspirational and romantic fiction. -- Kirkus Reviews

Una Storia D Amore

Author: Terence Wallis
Editor: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1525508237
Size: 10,56 MB
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Author and photographer Terence Wallis has had a love affair with Italy for more than thirty years. The country’s beauty, warmth, and vibrancy, as well as its people’s la dolce vita approach to life call to him again and again. It is the one place on earth where he feels genuinely at home. Una Storia D'amore, which means “A Love Story,” is a collection of some of the best photos from Terence’s travels throughout Italy over the past five years. It is an ode to the beauty of this timeless land, its people, and its rich heritage. Whether you are a seasoned traveler or a trip to Italy is still on your bucket list, you are sure to lose yourself in these photographs and feel as though you are experiencing this majestic country with Terence by your side.

Una Storia Segreta

Author: Lawrence DiStasi
Editor: Heyday
ISBN: 9781890771409
Size: 18,41 MB
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It is a little-known fact that in California during World War II, Italian Americans were subjected to an 8PM to 6AM curfew, searches of their homes, seizure of their property, and exclusion from prohibited zones along the coast.In a collection of essays, Una Storia Segreta brings together the voices of the Italian American community and experts in the field, including personal stories by survivors and their children, letters from internment camps, news clips, photographs, and cartoons.

1 Una Storia Breve

Author: winstonmcnamara
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1447502787
Size: 11,27 MB
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The Black Madonna

Author: Louisa Ermelino
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743213386
Size: 16,87 MB
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The Black Madonna has long protected her mountain villagers in southern Italy, and some say she followed her people to America. What else explains the magic and miracles on Spring Street in Little Italy over the decades? Teresa, whose son Nicky should never have walked again after his four-story fall, keeps a holy card of the Black Madonna hidden beneath her underwear. Magdalena, beautiful and mysterious, can make any man fall in love with her, including her stepson Salvatore, by praying secretly to an image of the Black Madonna in her attic. And Antoinette, after giving birth to five girls, had Jumbo, the biggest baby Spring Street ever saw -- once she had the Black Madonna's portrait in her kitchen. Vibrant, dark-souled creatures who get their way, control their lives, and pass on arcane knowledge like family heirlooms from generation to generation, Teresa, Magdalena, and Antoinette, with their intersecting lives, take center stage in The Black Madonna. This is an exploration of how each woman, and her beloved son, is forever changed by the Madonna of Viggiano. Louisa Ermelino's wonderful novel reveals a delicious truth: that it is the Italian-American women who hold the secrets -- and the power -- from the "other side," and that they know how to use them. A celebration of mother love and magic, The Black Madonna is filled with the sights, sounds, smells, and taste of Little Italy. Ultimately, it is a vibrant and life-affirming saga that all Americans will want to embrace as their own.

Luther

Author: Alec McGuire
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0956156010
Size: 19,27 MB
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This is a hard-cover version of "Luther"

The Sisters Mallone

Author: Louisa Ermelino
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 074323328X
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The Mallone sisters look Irish, but don’t let their blue eyes fool you. “It’s all in how you say it,” their grandma Anona proudly says. “Ma-llone is Irish. Mal-lon-e is Italian.” Growing up Italian in the 1920s, in Hell’s Kitchen, an Irish enclave, requires toughness, thrift, and a calculating mind―even for the three beautiful Mallone sisters. And when their baby sister Gracie is swept off her feet by no-good Frankie Merelli, Helen and Mary will do anything to make sure Grace gets the life she deserves, even if that means going after her husband… The Sisters Mallone is a black comedy about the power of sisterhood and the importance of family―and family connections. Through irrepressible characters, and infectious and suspenseful writing, The Sisters Mallone reveals the American immigrant’s dream―with a twist.

Beppo Una Storia Veneziana Testo Inglese A Fronte

Author: George G. Byron
Editor: Feltrinelli Editore
ISBN: 8807822091
Size: 20,95 MB
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Senna Imola

Author: Mario Donnini
Editor: Giorgio Nada Editore
ISBN: 9788879116138
Size: 10,69 MB
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The first title in a series born of collaboration between Giorgio Nada Editore and the Imola Autodrome, which will see a series of books appear over time, devoted to the Italian track. This bi-lingual book has as the object the story of Ayrton at Imola, a circuit at which the Brazilian competed from 1984 to 1994, winning on three occasions and starting from pole eight times. The volume closes with a section on the three days there from 1-3 May 2014 that took place to mark the 20th anniversary of Ayrton's death, commemorated on the Imola track.