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Antonio Fogazzaro (1842–1911)

Fogazzaro, Antonio (fō-gäts-är’ō). An Italian poet, and story-teller; born at Vicenza, March 25, 1842; died there, March 7, 1911. He first came into notice with ‘Miranda,’ a story in verse (1874), and added greatly to his reputation as a poet with ‘Valsonda,’ a volume of lyrics (1876). He is author of several novels which were received with marked favor, among them ‘Master Chicco’s Fiasco’; ‘Daniel Cortis’; ‘The Poet’s Mystery’ (1888); ‘Piccolo Mondo Antico’ (The Patriot) (1896); ‘Piccolo Mondo Moderno’ (The Sinner) (1901); ‘The Saint’ (1903); ‘Leila’ (1910). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).