Paolo Giordano was born in Turin in 1982. He is the author of four novels – La solitudine dei numeri primi (winner of the Premio Strega and Premio Campiello Opera Prima), Il corpo umano, Il nero e l’argento, Divorare il cielo and Tasmania – and the essays Nel contagio and Le cose che non voglio dimenticare. He has written for the theatre (Galois and Fine pena: ora) and cinema (We Are Who We Are). He also writes for “Corriere della Sera”. His books have been translated in over 40 countries.
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