From Sicily, With Love
My father never took me to Sicily himself, and I yearned to go. I yearned to know the people he knew—and one person he’d never met.
Clare Amari is a journalist and recently graduated with honors from the Columbia Journalism School in New York City. She previously worked as a legal assistant in the corporate governance practice of a major international law firm, and holds degrees in Classical languages and literature from Columbia University and the University of Oxford.
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