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Rossana Campo

Rossana Campo was born in Genoa in 1963. She made his debut with the novel In principio erano le mutande (Feltrinelli, 1992), republished by Bompiani in 2019, a world bestselling novel translated in many countries and turned into a successful movie. With Feltrinelli, she published also Il pieno di super (1993), Mai sentita così bene (1995), L'attore americano (1997), Il matrimonio di Maria (1998), Mentre la mia bella dorme (1999), Sono pazza di te (2001), L'uomo che non ho sposato (2003), Duro come l'amore (2005), Più forte di me (2007), Lezioni di arabo (2010). With Ponte alle Grazie she published Il posto delle donne (2013) and Fare l'amore (2014).
She wrote the essay Felice per quello che sei (Oscar Mondadori, 2015) and the books for children Piccoli Budda (Gallucci, 2013), La figlia del re drago (Piemme, 2017), illustrated by Alessandro Sanna, and La gemella buona e la gemella cattiva first published by Feltrinelli Kids in 2000 and republished by Momo edizioni in February 2020, illustrated by Emanuele Olives. Her novels have been translated in numerous countries.
 
Her book Dove troverete un padre come il mio (Ponte alle Grazie, 2015), translated in Spain, France and Brazil, nominated for the LXX Strega Prize by Umberto Eco, Antonio Riccardi and Valeria Parrella, won the Premio Strega Giovani Award 2016 and the Elsa Morante Award for narrative 2016.
 
In September 2017 her novel Cati was published by Bompiani and in June 2019 Così allegre senza nessun motivo, also by Bompiani.

Libri

La gemella buona e la gemella cattiva
Momo Edizioni, 2020