Well-known for his Booker Prize-nominated novels Europa (1997) and Judge Savage (2003), he’s also known for his non-fiction publications, in addition to for his translations of the task of Alberto Moravia, Italo Calvino, along with other significant Italian authors. His debut literary function, Tongues of Fire, was released in 1985 and received the 1986 Betty Trask Honor. His nonfiction functions include A Time of year with Verona (about an Italian professional team) and Teach Us to Sit down Still: A Skeptic’s Seek out Health and Curing. Created to Harold and Joan Parks, he spent his years as a child in Manchester, Britain, and later resolved in Verona, Italy, along with his wife, Rita Baldassarre, as well as the couple’s three kids. Parks translated politics philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli’s masterpiece function, The Prince, in to the English language.