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Who is Alain Elkann?
Alain Elkann is an Italian novelist, intellectual, and journalist. Currently, Elkann is the conductor of cultural programs on Italian television. A recurring theme in his books is the history of the Jews in Italy, their centrality to Italian history, and the relation between the Jewish faith and other religions. He is a writer for La Règle du Jeu, Nuovi Argomenti, "A" and Shalom magazines.
- born on (65 years ago) in New York
- ethnicity: Jewish people
- nationality: Italy
- profession: Journalist
- Marriage with Rosy Greco
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- written works: "Le due babe", "Vendita all'asta", "Misguided lives", "Lunga estate", "Piazza Carignano", "Invidia", "Il padre francese", "Rotocalco", "Diario verosimile", "Delitto a Capri", "Montagne russe", "Il tuffo", "Piazza Garignano", "John Star", "Soldi devono restare in famiglia", "Envy"
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