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Capire perché Giorgio Scerbanenco venga considerato da molti tra i maggiori scrittori italiani contemporanei, e perché continui ad appassionare generazioni di lettori, è molto semplice: basta lasciarsi conquistare da queste sue folgoranti incursioni tra i vizi e le virtù, dalla ricchezza dei personaggi e delle trame, nutriti da una immaginazione che non perde mai il contat ...more
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Published 2010 by Garzanti
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Vladimir Giorgio Šerbanenko was an Italian journalist and writer of Ukranian origin.

He was born in Kiev, in what was then the Russian Empire, on 28 July 1911. At an early age, his family immigrated to Rome (Scerbanenco's father was Ukrainian, his mother was Italian), and then he moved to Milan when he was 18 years old.

He found work as a freelance writer for many Italian magazines, chief among them
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