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Dominique-Alexandre Parodi (1840–1901)

Parodi, Dominique-Alexandre (pä-rō-dē’). A French poet of Greek origin; born in the island of Crete, Nov. 15, 1840; died in 1901. He spent his early years at Smyrna, then lived for a time at Milan, and afterward settled in Paris as a journalist. He wrote: ‘The Last of the Popes,’ a novel, in Italian; a volume of French verses ‘Passions and Thoughts’ (1865); ‘Messenian Tales’ (1867); ‘The Triumph of Peace’ (1878); ‘Flesh and Soul Cry Out’ (1883). He wrote also the tragedy ‘Rome Vanquished’ (1876), and the Scriptural poem ‘Sephora’ (1877).