This week the cast will start working at a Neapolitan pizzeria called O'Vesuvio, near their apartment.
An opera buff I know describes the celebrated Neapolitan tenor Fernando de Lucia as an archetype for middle-income two-timers.
He frequently slips into Neapolitan dialect so thick that is incomprehensible.
His Albanian friend got scared and ran, and Antonio, himself affiliated with the Neapolitan Camorra, needed help.
This sensational third novel in her Neapolitan series is a reminder that she is one of the most talented writers working today.
The fancy of the Neapolitan was enkindled by the eyes of the Neapolitan.
Behind, the Marchesino was murmuring to himself Neapolitan street expressions.
The Neapolitan was one of those most preoccupied with esthetics.
She was not at all what the Neapolitan calls "a lump of snow to cool the wine."
M. de Rigny is said to be at Toulon, which proves that he has not been successful in his negotiations for the Neapolitan marriage.
early 15c., "native or resident of Naples," literally "of Naples," from Latin Neapolitanus, from Neapolis (see Naples); it preserves in English the Greek name of the city. As an adjective from 1590s. As a type of ice cream, from 1871; originally meaning both "ice cream of three layers and flavors" and "ice cream made with eggs added to the cream before freezing." In early 18c., Neapolitan consolation meant "syphilis."