The evergreen Italian diaspora according to Prof. Pasquale Verdicchio

Pasquale Verdicchio currently holds the position of Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature and Director of the Italian Studies Program, at UC San Diego "  

Perhaps because Pasquale Verdicchio can boast a grayish beard worthy of a Greek philosopher - the likes of Plato or Aristotle - or maybe thanks to years and years of teaching in Southern California, or even - if we yield to trite stereotypes - because he is native of Naples, Italy, and thereby notoriously chatty, his dialectic is out of the ordinary. ...

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