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Francesco Dall’Ongaro (1808–1873)

Dall’Ongaro, Francesco (dal’ong-gär’o). An Italian poet (1808–73); born at Mansue in Treviso. He was a priest and patriot. His voluminous writings, both prose and verse, are in part literary, in part political, but all inspired by liberalism and patriotic sentiment. His principal works are: ‘Poems’ (2 vols., 1840); several dramas—one of them, ‘Bianca Capello,’ written for Ristori; some comedies; several novels; besides legendary stories, hymns, and several ballads.