Paolo Ventura, born in Milan in 1968, grew up with storytellers. His father was a popular author of children’s books, while his grandmother told memorable tales of living in the Italian countryside during World War II. Ventura has developed his own inventive approach to narrative, blending two forms of storytelling—one inspired by historical events and the other entirely fictive with...
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