Voices: An Anthropologist's Dialogue with an Italian-American Festival
Popular Press, 1987 - 146 páginas
This is a study of the St. Peter's Fiesta celebrated annually by the Italian, or better, Sicilian-American community of Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA. The study deals specifically with the fiesta that took place 25–28 June 1970.
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