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Alberto Arnulfi (1849–1888)

Arnulfi, Alberto (är-nöl’fi). A Piedmontese dialect poet; born in Turin, July 13, 1849; died in Rome, March 27, 1888. He is the author of ‘Turin Blots’ (1879), a collection of satirical sonnets, under the pseudonym of “Fulberto Alarni”; and of ‘Drolleries,’ a comedy. In conjunction with Eraldo Baretti he wrote ‘The Dukes of Nemi’ (1887), a drama depicting Roman society at the downfall of the temporal power.