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Antonio Caccianiga (1823–1909)

Caccianiga, Antonio (kä”chä-nē’gä). An Italian novelist; born in Treviso, June 30, 1823; died in 1909. Exiled after the revolution of 1848, he lived as reporter in Paris until 1854, and there wrote his novel ‘The Prescript’ (1853), a novel of French life. Among his other works are: ‘Sweet Idleness’ (1869), a picture of Venetian life in the eighteenth century; ‘Countess Savina’s Kiss’ (1875); ‘The Family of Bonifazio’ (1886).