"I was born in a modest house in the far suburbs of Modena, with four rooms on the upper floor. It was annexed to the metalwork factory that my father owned: a hundred-metre building with a roof of corrugated metal sheets and no floor. I shared one of the rooms above the workshop with my brother Alfredo, and every day the early morning wake-up call came with the first blows from the carpenters."
It was with these words that Enzo Ferrari described his birthplace, a house that was then inhabited for over fifty years by the Ansaloni-Zironi family.
This house is linked to the author's affective life, because it was not only the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari, whom she had the great fortune to meet, but also the home where Severina Ansaloni, her paternal aunt, spent most of her life with her husband Riccardo Zironi and their children Loris and Isanna.
With "Ecco la mia culla!", Edda Ansaloni sets out to tell the true story of Enzo Ferrari's birthplace, in order to avoid any distortions or misleading reconstructions.
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