Aldo Zargani

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Aldo Zargani (7 August 1933 – 18 October 2020) was an Italian Jewish writer and educator. He was born in Turin, Italy. He started writing in his early sixties: his first and best-known book, Per violino solo (For Solo Violin), appeared in 1995. He wrote about Italian Jews with essays, lectures, and school visits. He was a Holocaust survivor.

Zargani died on 18 October 2020 in Rome, aged 87.[1]

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