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Fabio Nannarelli (1825–1894)

Nannarelli, Fabio (nä-nä-rel’lē). An Italian poet; born in Rome, Oct. 25, 1825; died in Corneto Tarquinia, May 1894. He held a professorship of literature at the University of Rome for years. His poetry shows the influence of classic models, particularly the collections entitled ‘Poems’ (1853), and ‘New Poems’ (1856). His essays and studies appear in various volumes, and his later poems include ‘New Lyrics’ (1881).