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Alessandro De Arcangelis

Alessandro De Arcangelis was born in June, 2nd, 1991, in Naples, Italy. He has published two books, "Un'Elitaria Democrazia" and "Zampa di Gatto" and worked with several magazines and newspapers in Italy. His interests vary from humanities to music, from philology to IT. He is currently attending the classical literature and philology university in Milan, Italy

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