If You Eat, You Never Die: Chicago Tales by Tony RomanoIf You Eat, You Never Die: Chicago Tales by Tony Romano

If You Eat, You Never Die: Chicago Tales

byTony Romano

Paperback | December 23, 2008

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In a neighborhood on Chicago's outskirts, Fabio and Lucia Comingo have built a new American life—and struggle to comprehend the influences that distract and change their restless young sons. Through this masterful evocation of a time and place, Tony Romano, the acclaimed author of When the World Was Young, brings a first-generation Italian American family vividly and poignantly alive in closely related tales at once joyous, heartbreaking, and honest. Weaving two dozen stories into a stunning, cohesive family history, Romano gives readers hope for togetherness amid the painful generational cycle of loss and redemption—as children grow and learn, and decide which treasures of cultural inheritance they will cherish.

In a neighborhood on Chicago's outskirts, Fabio and Lucia Comingo have built a new American life—and struggle to comprehend the influences that distract and change their restless young sons. Through this masterful evocation of a time and place, Tony Romano, the acclaimed author of When the World Was Young, brings a first-generation Ita...
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Title:If You Eat, You Never Die: Chicago TalesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.61 inPublished:December 23, 2008Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060857943

ISBN - 13:9780060857943

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?[A] haunting collection of linked short stories. . . . Overwhelming themes of love, loss, grief, struggle, and isolation. . . . Draems, and the failure to reach those dreams, choices, risks and settling (or not settling) permeate this moving collection of tales that will stay with the reader long after the book is shut.? (Publishers Weekly (starred review))