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Every title is edited by a guest editor and contains essays by different critics, scholars, and colleagues, an in-depth interview, and biographical notes.

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In a Utica marked by economic devastation and racial tensions, Eliot picks up one strand after another, weaving his way through a web of allegiances, grudges, and his own dark demons. Who is the spider at the center of it all? A chaired professor of literature at Duke University, he is the author of several highly acclaimed and often controversial critical studies; novels, including Johnny Critelli and The Knifemen ; and a memoir, The Edge of Night.

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We hope to see more of Conte and perhaps of his promising romantic interest, a Troy policewoman. Central to the novel is the conflict of family loyalty versus family disintegration that makes the best of Italian-American fiction so riveting.

The sabotage and sadness are real, and the language out of the streets and kitchens and bedrooms is obscenely authentic.