Fred Gardaphé-001

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”3/4″][vc_column_text]For one generation it’s a return to an earlier home, for another it’s a discovery of a new one. My Father’s Daughter is a meditative travel memoir that speaks to all Baby Boomers in clear voice with new understandings about the past. Syverson takes you on a trip to Italy that renews her sense of self and family–one that creates a longing for more.  There are no easy lessons here and through it all she finds a new self through watching her parents. In the process, she revives a passion for life by making the old country new, and finding a place for herself in it all.”
~ Fred Gardaphé, Distinguished Professor of Italian American Studies,  Queens College/CUNY, author of From Wiseguys to Wise Men