"Classic Italian-American fiction: characters and situations rendered with such skill and honesty, such depth of understanding and feeling, that they are instantly and universally recognizable."
With her customary wit and pathos, Ciresi (Pink Slip
, 1999, etc.) again mines the psyches of women in her first collection: 13 interrelated stories about two sisters growing up in the working-class Italian-American section of New Haven.
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