Alberto Bracci Testasecca was born in Rome of Tuscan parents in 1954, and he currently lives between Rome and Montepulciano. Since 1999 he’s been active as a literary translator and his repertoire includes French writers of the nineteenth century such as Muriel Barbery, Négar Djavadi, Jean-Christophe Rufin, Jerôme Ferrari, Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt, Laurence Cossé, David Foenkinos, Michel Bussi. He contributes articles to Limes magazine. He is the author of three novels: Il treno (2007), Volevo essere Moccia (2010) and Ottantatré (2013).
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