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Definitions of ERMINIA FUA-FUSINATO
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An Italian poetess, wife of the poet Arnaldo Fusinato; born of Jewish parents at Rovigo, Oct. 5, 1834; died in Rome, Sept. 27, 1876. Her spirited appeals to national sentiment in 1848 brought her widely into notice. In 1852 was published her "Verses and Flowers". She wrote a series of "Stornelli", advocating Florence as the national capital instead of Rome. Her complete poetical works, "Versi", were published in 1879; her "Literary Writings" in 1883.
By Charles Dudley Warner