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Definitions of ENRICO CASTELNUOVO
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An Italian novelist; born at Florence, 1839. His stories have attained great popularity; among them: "Prof. Romualdo" (1878); "Smiles and Tears" (1882); "Reminiscences and Fancies" (1886); "The Return of Aretusa" (1901). He is one of the acknowledged Italian masters of the "novel of the inner life" (romano intimo).
By Charles Dudley Warner