The Essential Sopranos Reader

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Acknowledgments

Sarah Caitlin Lavery

Thanks to Al Auster for help with organization of the Sopranos conference at Fordham University; Bob Milang for facilitating arrangements for the interview with Dominic Chianese; and Tina, Simon, and Molly for great conversations as we watched The Sopranos at home.

—Paul Levinson

Thanks to David Lavery and Paul Levinson for all of their work in putting the Wake together at Fordham and bringing this book together for the University Press of Kentucky. Thanks to the authors for all of their insightful contributions, to the conference as well as to this collection. And, finally, thanks to Jennifer and Carolyn for all of their love and support.

—Doug Howard

Thanks to all our contributors for their excellent essays. Thanks to Gary Edgerton for his help in securing a publisher for the third volume of my Sopranos trilogy; to Paul Levinson for giving the Sopranos Wake a home; to Doug Howard for his hard work on the conference and this book; to Barbara Villez for her special contribution; and to Janet and Kim for their advice in the run-up to the Wake and for enduring the inquisition. And thanks, of course, to my family: Rachel, Sarah (who contributed to this book), and Joyce, with whom I watched every episode.

—David Lavery

Thanks to actor Dominic Chianese for agreeing to a “sit-down” and allowing us to talk with him about his work on the show.

—Paul, Doug, and David

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