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Andrea Vitali

Andrea Vitali (born 5 February 1956) is an Italian writer.

Biography

Vitali was born at Bellano, on the Lake Como eastern shore. After graduating in medicine, he worked as doctor until 2014.

He debuted as writer in 1990, with the novella Il procuratore, which won the "Montblanc Award for Young Novel". In 1995 he won the "Piero Chiara Literary Award" for L'ombra di Marinetti, and, in 2003, with Una finestra vistalago, he won the Grinzane Cavour Prize. Vitali wrote numerous novels, short novels and novellas, which won several further literary awards.

His books have been translated in France, Germany, Serbia, Greece, Romania, Portugal, Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Hungary, Japan and Turkey.

References

Andrea Vitali Wikipedia


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