Salvatore D’Onofrio was born on June 11, 1933 in Naples, Italy. He´s an Italian writer and teacher, naturalized Brazilian, Doctor of Letters from the University of São Paulo, lecturer in Academia Rio-Pretense de Letras e Culturas (ARLC). In 2010, he was honored by the Italian-Brazilian Cultural Society of Rio Preto during the 15th Italian Week of São José do Rio Preto. Retired, he was invited as a Visiting Professor at the Letters Department of UFPE in Recife. When he returned to live in Rio Preto, began to devote himself exclusively to research, expanding their knowledge in the field of art, philosophy, religion, science, politics, trying to establish a dialogue between the various disciplines of human knowledge. The result of half a century of research is set out in more than 20 books as: Dicionário de Cultura Básica, Pensar é Preciso, Literatura Ocidental, Forma e Sentido do Texto Literário and Pesquisando.
PS: He uses hawaiian clothes in class and is also my grandfather.