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Erri De Luca was born in Naples in 1950. He is a columnist for Il Manifesto and a novelist whose work has been translated into seven languages. He lives outside of Rome.
"This small novella speaks of the most common of men, the most marginal of lives, and yet becomes an echo and a reflection of the most important of all books."--La Stampa "De Luca's prose is rich, succulent, full of life: one can almost taste it as a ripe fruit in the mouth. The tale captures its readers, and immerses them in a magical atmosphere." -- L'Espresso "The language of De Luca's narrator is extraordinary, capable of recounting the most cruel tragedies, the most complicated thoughts, the most profound feelings, using the simplest of our daily expressions, yet avoiding easy sentimentalism."--L'Unita' "Once the book is closed, the indelible impression is that one has just listened to a sacred hymn...And in the end, one has attained heaven."--La Repubblica