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Felice Cavallotti (1842–1898)

Cavallotti, Felice Carlo Emanuele (kä-väl-ōt’tē). An Italian poet; born at Milan, Nov. 6, 1842; died in Rome, March 6, 1898. His ‘Political Poems’ brought upon him censure from the public authorities. With his tragedies, ‘Agnes de Gonzaga’ and ‘Alcibiades’ (1874), he established his dramatic reputation. He was the author of other dramas and of two volumes of lyric poetry. His best work is ‘The Canticle of Canticles.’