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Vincenzo Errante (1813–1891)

Errante, Vincenzo (er-rānt’e). An Italian poet and statesman; born at Palermo, July 16, 1813; died in Rome, April 29, 1891. He was many years an exile for his share in Sicilian politics. His works are two volumes of ‘Tragedies and Lyrics’ (1874); the dramas ‘The Feast of St. Felix’ and ‘Suleiman the Great’; the poems ‘The Ideal’ and ‘Liberty.’ He wrote also a ‘History of the Osmanli Empire from Osman to the Peace of Carlowitz.’