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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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