D'Annunzio


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D'An·nun·zio

 (dän-no͞on′tsyō), Gabriele 1863-1938.
Italian writer best known for his passionate, free-spirited heroes and his support of Benito Mussolini's fascist regime.
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D'Annunzio

(Italian danˈnuntsjo)
n
(Biography) Gabriele (ɡaˈbrjɛːle). 1863–1938, Italian poet, dramatist, novelist, national hero, and Fascist. His works include the poems in Alcione (1904) and the drama La Figlia di Iorio (1904)
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D'An•nun•zio

(dəˈnʊn siˌoʊ, dɑˈnun-)

n.
Gabriele, (Duca Minimo), 1863–1938, Italian soldier, novelist, and poet.
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Butler living up to social etiquette and enunciating his views on Paul Verlaine or the German drama or the novels of D'Annunzio. We'd be bored to death.
"Well, to me Marconi, or D'Annunzio, is the star of Italy" said the other.
D'Annunzio's approach to beauty has largely unnoticed connections with the anti-modern anthropological discourse on symbolic economy that at the turn of the 20th century begins to reject instrumentality in life and representation.
Summary: British cultural historian Lucy Hughes-Hallett, the author of the multi-prize-winning biography of Gabriele d'Annunzio, on publishing her first novel at age 65
The Conservatorio di Musica "Luisa d'Annunzio" (http://www.conservatoriopescara .gov.it) will pay homage to this artist with cultural events, including conferences, concerts, study days, exhibitions, didactical exchanges, along with multimedia and audiovisual products that will last for the entire academic year.
Among the topics are Gustave Dore: French interpreter of Tennyson's Idylls of the King; sleeping beauties and femmes fatales: Tennyson, Gabriele D'Annunzio, and Italian pre-Raphaelitism; between Victorian "hypocrisy" and "spiritual supremacy:" Tennyson in Portugal; and Tennyson in Greek letters 1830-1930: from, Enoch Arden to "Ulysses." ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
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Introduction: D'Annunzio between Poetry and Politics
Other traces of Casati abound: she is the femme fatale of Gabriele d'Annunzio's decadent tales; subject of a stanza of Jack Kerouac's San Francisco Blues (1954); friend of Sergei Diaghilev, Ezra Pound and F.T.
try too hard to answer D'Annunzio's lore of dead shepherds.