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Gasparo Gozzi

(1713—1786)

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Angelo Dalmistro

Overview page. Subjects: Literature.

(1754–1839).

Venetian priest and a friend and admirer of Gasparo Gozzi. He imitated his Horatian Sermoni and posthumously edited his collected works (1818–20). He translated works...

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Carlo Gozzi

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(1720–1806),

Italian dramatist, who tried to reform the moribund commedia dell'arte in the mid-18th century by using its characters and methods, but not its subject-matter, for a...

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Domenico Balestrieri

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(1714–80),

a member of the Accademia dei Trasformati in Milan, wrote poems in Milanese dialect and Italian, publishing Rimm milanes (1744) and Rime toscane e milanesi (1774–9). He...

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German Influences

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For a mixture of political and cultural reasons Italian writers have always looked more towards France and, in recent times, towards English-speaking countries than towards Germany and...

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Luisa Bergalli

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(1703–79).

Venetian poet and playwright. She was a pupil of Apostolo Zeno and Rosalba Carriera, and wife of Gasparo Gozzi. From her first work, Agide (1725), and throughout her...

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Pietro Chiari

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(1711–85)

a versatile writer and cleric from Brescia, very active in Venice from 1746 He was sensitive to public taste as well as open to French influences and to Enlightenment ...

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