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Amsterdam-Atlanta, Rodopi., 1994
Original publisher's sewn paperback, pictorial frontcover, 8vo: 344pp., 16pp.illustrations, afterword, bibliography.As new., Volume4: Amsterdam Monographs in American Studies. " For the first time told in its entirety, the social and cultural experience of New York's Lower East Side comes vividly to life in this book as that of a huge and complex laboratory ever swelled and fed by migrant flows and ever animated by a high-voltage tension of daily research and resistance - the fascinating history of the historical immigrant quarter that, in Manhattan, stretches between East 14th Street, East River, the access to the Brooklyn Bridge, and Lafayette Street. Irish and Germans at first, then Chinese and Italians and East European Jews, and finally Puerto Ricans gave birth, in its streets and sweatshops, cafés and tenements, to a lively multi-ethnic and cross-cultural community, which was at the basis of several modern artistic expressions, from literature to cinema, from painting to theatre ". Artikel-Nr.: 160534.
Sansoni, Firenze, 1991