improvisatore


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improvisatore

(ɪmˌprɒviːsɑːˈtɔːreɪ) or

improvvisatore

n, pl -tori (-ˈtɔːrɪ)
a person who composes or performs poetic verse without prior preparation or forethought
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THERE COULD HARDLY BE A MORE THOROUGHLY FORGOTTEN TEXT THAN Andrew of Padua, the Improvisatore, a novel that appeared in London in 1820.
While still at school he began writing the poems which he published in his freshman year at Oxford, The Improvisatore (1821).
His breakthrough was the novel The Improvisatore , published in 1835, and that year he began writing his world famous fairytales.