- Author:Susan Caperna Lloyd
- Publisher:Mercury House (January 1, 1992)
- Pages:208 pages
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Start by marking No Pictures in My Grave: A Spiritual Journey .
Start by marking No Pictures in My Grave: A Spiritual Journey in Sicily as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Caperna Lloyd is quite obviously a mid-life crisis conversion to Goddess worship who descends upon Sicily with her own hell-bent agenda to see proof, no matter how unlikely, that all present-day Sicilians are actually Pagan Goddess Worshippers "in the broom closet", as it were, and Catholic in name only, and this book is an attempt to prove it to the.
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A hauntingly beautiful story. Demetra George, author of "Mysteries of a Dark Moon". irituality) "A hauntingly beautiful story. -Demetra George, author of "Mysteries of a Dark Moon.
Susan Caperna Lloyd and her Italian experience
Susan Caperna Lloyd and her Italian experience. A filmmaker, photographer, and non-fiction writer, in 1992 Susan Caperna Lloyd published No Pictures in My Grave: A Spiritual Journey in Sicily, a compelling memoir chronicling her experience in a land she felt profoundly drawn to, even though her Italian ancestors on her father's side actually came from Terracina (located in the southern part of Latium). Mesmerised by the sacred performance, she went back to Sicily two more times during the Holy Week, before releasing No Pictures in My Grave, the last of a series of artistic endeavours connected with such a momentous experience in her life. Demetra George, author of Mysteries of a Dark Moon. ISBN13: 9781562790233.
No Pictures in My Grave, a Spiritual Journey in Sicily, is the story of a woman who goes to Sicily to find her roots. Susan Lloyd's travels and encounters give the reader an insight into Sicilian culture and traditions
No Pictures in My Grave, a Spiritual Journey in Sicily, is the story of a woman who goes to Sicily to find her roots. Susan Lloyd's travels and encounters give the reader an insight into Sicilian culture and traditions. Especially interesting are her descriptions of festivals and events. 06 of 10. Sicily, Three Thousand Years of Human History. Joe Palisi, an Italy Travel reader, recommends this book by Sandra Benjamin for anyone who has Sicilian roots or is interested in learning more about Sicily. The book covers 3000 years of Sicilian history up through.
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Lloyd, Susan Caperna. San Francisco: Mercury House, 1992. Malpezzi, Frances and William M. Clements. New York: Atheneum, 1979. Mignone, Mario B. The Story of My People, Bordighera Press, 2015. Morreale, Ben. Monday Tuesday, Never Come Sunday. No pictures on my grave: A spiritual journey in Sicily. San Francisco: Mercury House. Che bella figura! The power of performance in an Italian ladies’ club in Chicago. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
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