This is Diana Belchase doing a video review of Santi Buscemi’s translation of Luigi Capuana’s Sicilian Tales.
Sicilian Tales is Santi Buscemi’s translation of Luigi Capuana C’er una volta. A bilingual edition with an introduction to Sicilian literature, it contains 20 fairy tales written for children in the Capuana family. Buscemi claims “this collection is more optimistic than the author’s earlier works. Enjoy!
Diana, I’m glad you posted your review on video. Let’s keep pushing to make Times of Sicily a truly multi-media forum. Thanks for the review. Another book on my list. Ugh! Grazie Mille, Mark
Thanks Mark! I saw your post as I was about to upload this one earlier this month and held off until now so I wouldn’t step on your review. 🙂 It’s funny how we both chose multi media to do our reviews, of similar material, and at almost the identical time. Loved your pod cast by the way!
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