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Does anyone read Alberto Savinio, Giorgio de Chirico’s younger brother?

***Will’s update, 9/2011:

The book-length English translations are not (yet) hard to find:

The Lives of the Gods 
Tragedy of Childhood 
Childhood of Nivasio Dolcemare 
Speaking to Clio 
Capri 
Operatic Lives 
Departure of the Argonaut 
Paris Then

I provided a short excerpt from Tragedy of Childhood here.

Someone desperately needs to tend to Savinio’s paltry wikipedia stub.