PIER GIACINTO GIOZZA
\pˈi͡ə d͡ʒɐsˈɪntə͡ʊ d͡ʒɪˈɒzə], \pˈiə dʒɐsˈɪntəʊ dʒɪˈɒzə], \p_ˈiə dʒ_ɐ_s_ˈɪ_n_t_əʊ dʒ_ɪ__ˈɒ_z_ə]\
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An Italian critic, poet, essayist, and student of Dante; born April 24, 1846, in Turin, where he studied literature and philosophy in the university. At the present time he is a professor in the Lyceum at Alessandria. His writings are noted for their poetic qualities and correct taste. "Fantasies and Scintillations", "Excelsior", "Sighs of the Soul", "God in Dante's Paradise", "Investigation of Curious Facts concerning Dante's Poetry", and "The Legend of the inferno", are among the best of recent Italian writings.
By Charles Dudley Warner