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Ippolito Pindemonte (1753–1828)

Pindemonte, Ippolito (pēn”dā-mon’tā). An Italian poet; 1753–1828. He achieved a distinguished reputation by his works: ‘Poems of the Fields’ (1788), among the best of their kind in Italian literature; ‘Various Poems’ (1798); ‘Epistles in Verse’ (1805); a translation of Homer’s Odyssey (1809–22); ‘Discourses’ (1819: Sermoni, after the manner of Horace’s ‘Satires’).