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Sitdown with the Sopranos: Watching Italian American Culture on TV’s Most Talked-About Series
With over 9.5 million viewers, “The Sopranos” has

Our Price: $13.00
By Regina Barreca (ed)
Year: 2002
Pages: 179
Binding Paperback
ISBN 0-312-29528-6

Product Code: 1422363406

With over 9.5 million viewers, “The Sopranos” has profoundly altered Americans’ views of New Jersey, HBO, Sunday nights, & especially Italian American (IA) life & culture. This book showcases IA writers who ask the provocative question that has plagued IA since the invention of network TV: “How far have we really come since “The Untouchables?” Includes: George Anastasia on Organized Crime; Regina Barreca on The Women of “The Sopranos”; Michael Flamini on Psychotherapy in the IA Community; Fred Gardaphe on IA Life in Suburbia; Sandra Gilbert on The Role of the Family; Jay Parini on Ethnic Culture; Carla Pestana on “The Sopranos” & the Roman Catholic Church; & E. Anthony Rotundo on IA Manhood.

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