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The World Around Danilo Dolci: a passion for Sicilians by  1909-1998  Jerre - Paperback - Signed - from The Owl at the Bridge (SKU: 102436)

The World Around Danilo Dolci: a passion for Sicilians

The World Around Danilo Dolci: a passion for Sicilians by  1909-1998  Jerre - Paperback - Signed - from The Owl at the Bridge (SKU: 102436)

The World Around Danilo Dolci: a passion for Sicilians

by Mangione, Jerre, 1909-1998

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New York, Harper & Row, 1972.. Soft Cover. xix, 369 p., 20 cm. "Dolci published a series of books ) that stunned the outside world with their emotional force and the detail with which he depicted the desperate conditions of the Sicilian countryside and the power of the Mafia." Inscribed by Mangione to Vincent Tomas. From the library of Prof. Vincent Tomas of the Brown University Department of Philosophy. Stock# 102,436. Good+ / soft cover.

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Title
The World Around Danilo Dolci: a passion for Sicilians
Author
Mangione, Jerre, 1909-1998
Format/binding
Soft Cover
Book condition
Used
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
New York, Harper & Row, 1972.
Keywords
Italy
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History: Europe;

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