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vedo che abbiamo abbastanza libri in comune. Sono americano ma vivo in italia da tanti anni -- primo a Venezia, adessso in umbria. Paul
Ah I see. Because it has no title it did not display correctly. But it seems it could be a genuine book? It looks rather more like an upload mistake than spam?
Grazie, Luca. Sì, sono io. Adesso guardo la tua, di biblioteca. Buona estate. Giovanna Zucconi
Hello. I noticed we share 34 books, but most of yours are in Italian...

Hell, I don't have ANY books in Italian!

Hi Urli,

Thank you for the notice.

There have actually been many debates on this topic, and I created the LibraryThing Series forum (please click on this link) for such discussions and questions. If you have any doubts, please post your questions there before making any changes, and we can seek consensus.

Nice user pic! Is it Botticelli or someone else?
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