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Bibliography of Works about Nino Ricci

Canton, Licia. "The Clash of Languages in the Italian-Canadian Novel," in Adjacencies: Minority Writing in Canada. Ed. Lianne Moyes et al. Toronto: Guernica, 2004.

Tuzi, Marino. The Power of Allegiances: Identity, Culture and Representational Strategies. Toronto: Guernica Editions, 1997.

Zucchero, Jim. "Migraton, Identity and Hybridity in Nino Ricci’s Novels," in The Dynamics of Cultural Exchange. Ed. Licia Canton. Montreal: Cusmano Communications, 2002.


Canton, Jeffery. "Recreating Paradise: An Interview with Nino Ricci." Pararaph 13 (1991).

Kirman, Paula E. "Interview with Nino Ricci." Suite (no date).

Rimmer, Mary. "Nino Ricci: A Big Canvas." Interview. Studies in Canadian Literature 18.2 (1993): 168-84.

Book Reviews and Short Articles

Aspinall, Jane. "Saints Marching On." Quill & Quire (August 1991): 11.

Bemrose, John. "Review of Where She Has Gone by N. Ricci." MacLean’s 110.42 (1997): 98.

Buchignani, Walter. "Nino Ricci Gets a Life." Montreal Gazette 14 Dec. 1997, C4.

Dwyer, Victor. "First-time Winner: A New Novelist Gets a Coveted Canadian Award." MacLean’s 104.5 (1991): 63.

Gessel, Paul. "Ricci Tackles Taboos." Review of Where She Has Gone. N. Ricci. Ottawa Citizen Dec. 1997: E1.

Guttman, Naomi. "Magical Complexity." Review of Lives of the Saints. N. Ricci. Matrix 32 (1990): 74-5.

"Laying to Rest 'This Whole Immigrant Thing.'" Globe and Mail 13 Sept. 1997: C10.

Macgowan, James. "Nouveau Ricci." Ottawa Citizen 4 Mar. 2001: C13.

McSweeney, Kerry. "Ecce Homo." Review of Testament. N. Ricci. Canadian Literature 176 (2003): 179-80.

Marshall, Tom. Rev of Lives of the Saints. N. Ricci. Quarry 39.3 (1990) 85-87.

Mason, Julie. "Moving Forward, Looking Backward: Nino Ricci’s Third Novel Returns to Italy to Reclaim the Past." Ottawa Citizen 21 Sept. 1997: M19.

McKay, Ally. "A Gentle and Wise Novel: Review of Lives of the Saints." N. Ricci. Event 20:1 (1991): 148-50.

Mirolla, Michael. "Intensity Slips in Ricci’s Second Novel." Review of In A Glass House. N. Ricci. Halifax Daily News 6 Feb. 1994: 45.

____. "Relentlessly Serious: Ricci Novel Could Stand a Bit of Lightness." Review of Where She has Gone. N. Ricci. Halifax Daily News 4 Jan. 1998: 45.

Pivato, Joseph. "After the Saints." Review of In A Glass House. N. Ricci. Canadian Literature 150 (1996): 177-78.

Rooke, Constance. Review of Lives of the Saints. N. Ricci. Malahat Review 92 (1990): 114.

Robertson, Ray. Review of Where She Has Gone. N. Ricci. Books in Canada 26.9 (1997): 4-5.

Stoffman, Judy. "Darkness Lights Ricci’s Imagination." Review of Where She Has Gone. N. Ricci. Toronto Star 27 Sept. 1997: K7.

Yanofsky, Joel. "Haunting Refrain of What-ifs: Nino Ricci completes Trilogy on Italian Immigrant’s Story." Review of Where She Has Gone. Montreal Gazette 13 Sept. 1997: H3.

Updated February 12 2015 by Student & Academic Services

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