Michela Marzano was born in Rome in 1970. She studied at the Normale Superiore in Pisa and since 1998 she has lived in Paris, where she teaches moral philosophy at the Université Paris Descartes. She writes for “la Repubblica” and “La Stampa”. She is the author of a number of fiction and non-fiction books in French and Italian, which have been translated into many languages. L’amore è tutto: è tutto ciò che so dell’amore (UTET) won the Premio Bancarella 2014. Her last novel is Stirpe e vergogna (Rizzoli, 2021).
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