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Camillo Antona-Traversi (1857–1934)

Antona-Traversi, Camillo (än-tō’nä trä-ver’si). An Italian literary historian and dramatist; born in Milan, Nov. 27, 1857; died in 1934. Besides numerous essays and studies on Boccaccio, Ugo Foscolo, and Leopardi, he produced several comedies, including ‘George’s Sacrifice’; ‘Albert’s Marriage’; ‘Stop and Recommence.’