Bravo!

Edited by Caroline Morgan di Giovanni

Bravo!
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The stories and poems of Bravo! are diverse in style, but converge in an appreciation of the experience of immigration. In a rich display of literary fervour each author expresses his or her own view of life in translation with poignant observation. The influences of both cultures, ... Read more


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The stories and poems of Bravo! are diverse in style, but converge in an appreciation of the experience of immigration. In a rich display of literary fervour each author expresses his or her own view of life in translation with poignant observation. The influences of both cultures, Italian and Canadian, can be found weaving through the pages of the anthology as authors delve into the challenges they have endured, the perseverance they have relied on and the eventual rewards of their labours.

Caroline Morgan di Giovanni

Caroline Morgan Di Giovanni grew up in suburban Philadelphia and came to Toronto to study at St. Michael's College, U of T. After graduate work in Boston, she returned to Canada in 1972, married Alberto Di Giovanni, and has since lived in Toronto as an active participant in the vibrant Italian Canadian community. She has edited two editions of the anthology Italian Canadian Voices (1984 and 2006). Her first book of poetry, Looking at Renaissance Paintings and Other Poems (2008), was published by Quattro Books.

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