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Giovanni Pascoli

Italian symbolist poet and traditional scholar known for Myricae, Canti di Castelvecchio, and various other works. Lawrence Venuti translated a lot of Pascoli’s literary functions into British. His youth was marred with the tragic murder of his dad as well as the untimely fatalities of his mom and three of his nine siblings. He trained Latin at colleges in Pisa and Messina before relocating to Bologna. He hardly ever wedded, but he continued to be near his two sisters, Maria and Ida, throughout his lifestyle. He, like Alessandro Manzoni, was an Italian writer.

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