Immigrant Giovannina Fattore

Marzullo, Sandra
March 2008
Teen Ink;Mar2008, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p36
An interview with immigrant Giovannina Fattore is presented. She mentions the things she brought when she immigrated to the U.S. She explains her reasons for leaving Italy to migrate to the U.S. She cites the challenges of raising her first child. She ponders on the things she miss the most about Italy.


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