Hello Mama Lisa:
I just found your wonderful website and am hopeful someone there can help me find the following information…. I have been trying to research this question now for almost three years!
The Story of the Man in The Moon – the Italian version… the character’s name is pronounced something like (AIR-IT-TEY), not sure of the spelling… phonetically something like… Erite, Aeritei, Eretei?
I would love any help you and/or your readers could be in solving this mystery for me…
If anyone can help Debra with the Italian name of the Man in the Moon and/or any other info, please let us know in the comments below. I think it would be fascinating to learn what the Italian legend of the Man on the Moon is all about.
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