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Elisa Zambiasi

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Grown up in a teeny-tiny town in Northern Italy, Elisa always felt the urge to travel the world, live great adventures and discover as many things as possible. Sometimes she could do it for real, some other times books helped her with that.
She spent almost her entire life learning languages, such as German, English, French and a tiny bit of Chinese, in addition to Italian.
She studied "Multilingual Communication" and "Language Mediation, Tourism and Cultures". Her first translation, made for her master's degree thesis, was published as an attachment to the book "In the eyes of death: from Bolzano to Mauthausen" by Aldo Pantozzi.
She might write a book on her own eventually... Who knows what the future holds!

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“Ma amare una persona significa pensare che lei viene prima di tutto. Se non avessimo abbastanza cibo, darei a te la mia parte. Se avessimo pochi soldi, piuttosto che acquistare qualcosa per me, comprerei quello che tu desideri. Se mangi qualcosa di buono tu, è come se avessi la pancia piena anch’io, se sei felice tu, allora lo sono anch’io. Questo significa amare una persona. Credi che esista qualcosa di più importante? A me non viene in mente nulla.”
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