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Amara Lakhous is an Italian author, journalist and anthropologist of Algerian origin.From 1995, he worked in Italy as a cultural mediator, interpreter and translator in the area of immigration.  In 2001, he wrote an Arabic language novel based on his early years in Rome, titled How to be Suckled by the Wolf Without Getting Bit. He then rewrote this in Italian, published as Scontro di civiltà a Piazza Vittorio in 2006, and receiving critical and popular acclaim.

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