To Hyphenate Or Not to Hyphenate

To Hyphenate Or Not to Hyphenate

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Anthony Julian Tamburri examines the history of Italian/American writing and the concept of the hyphen as representative of the reluctance of the dominant culture to accept newcomers. He maintains that the hyphen in Italian-American creates a physical division between the two terms where the ideological gap should be filled Tamburri proposes instead to turn the hyphen forty-five degrees: Italian/American.Edited by Anthony Julian Tamburri, Paolo A. Giordano and Fred L. Gardapheaquot; ( West Lafayette, IN: Purdue UP, 1991): 1-11. ... A much shorter version of this essay was presented at the Charles Darwin Society (Purdue University) and later anbsp;...

Title:To Hyphenate Or Not to Hyphenate
Author: Anthony Julian Tamburri
Publisher:Guernica Editions - 1991-01-01

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