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Hello. I've accepted your submission, but had to make the following changes:
- Removed synopsis, as that must be in English, not Italian
- Removed Amazon as the publisher
- Added currency and decimal point to the price
- Moved ASIN to the External ID multifield
- Added note explaining origin of data, cover URL, and cover artist
- Changed type to NOVEL, as I don't think it's nonfiction, is it? (doesn't strike me as being a COLLECTION either)
The result is here.
One remaining question though: what does #ilpirata mean on the cover? Is it the name of a series? Editor? Publisher? Something else? Let me know on my talk page if you'd know. Regards, MagicUnk 16:31, 13 January 2022 (EST)