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Giuseppe Regaldi (1809–1883)

Regaldi, Giuseppe (rā-gäl’dē). An Italian poet; born at Novara, Nov. 1809; died at Bologna, Feb. 1883. He heard the improvisatore Giustiniani, and resolved to rival him. He accordingly improvised in the principal cities of Italy, in France, Switzerland, and Germany with great success. His volumes of verse include: ‘War’ (1832); ‘Poems: Extemporaneous and Elaborated’ (1839); ‘Songs’ (1840); ‘National Songs’ (1841); ‘Prose and Poetry’ (1861–65); ‘Selected Poems’ (1874); ‘Water’ (1878). He also wrote ‘Dora’ (1867), and ‘History and Literature’ (1879).