Gabriele D`Annunzio Autograph

SKU: 8009942

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Sale price$486.98

Description

Autograph letter signed, one page, 8,5 x 10 inch, in Italian - untranslated, brief reply letter to "Cara Sorella" (=`Dear sister`), written and signed in black ink "Gabriele", attractively mounted (removable) for fine display with a photograph, shows Gabriele D`Annunzio seated on a chair (altogether 16,5 x 11,75 inch), with intersecting letter folds, ink imprints, and very mild signs of wear to the edges - in fine condition.

Further Information on the person

Profession:
(1863-1938) Prince of Montenevoso, Duke of Gallese - Italian writer, poet, journalist, playwright and soldier during World War I.

Year of Birth: 1863

Biography (AI generated)

Gabriele D`Annunzio was an Italian writer, poet, and playwright, born on March 12, 1863, in Pescara, Italy. He was one of the most influential and controversial figures of Italian literature in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. D'Annunzio is known for his lyrical and sensual writing style, as well as his flamboyant personal life and political activities.

At a young age, D'Annunzio showed great talent for writing and poetry. He published his first collection of poems, "Primo Vere," at the age of 16, which gained him recognition in literary circles. Throughout his career, he wrote numerous novels, plays, and essays that explored themes of beauty, love, passion, and decadence.

In addition to his literary pursuits, D'Annunzio was involved in political activism. He was a fervent nationalist and supported Italy's entry into World War I. In 1919, he led a group of Italian nationalists to seize the city of Fiume, now Rijeka, in Croatia, in an attempt to establish an independent state. This event, known as the Fiume Incident, brought D'Annunzio international attention and solidified his reputation as a daring and enigmatic figure.

Despite his controversial activities, D'Annunzio's contributions to Italian literature cannot be overlooked. His works, including "The Flame of Life," "The Triumph of Death," and "The Child of Pleasure," continue to be studied and admired by literary scholars around the world.

D'Annunzio's personal life was as vibrant and colorful as his writing. He had numerous love affairs and was married three times. His relationship with actress Eleonora Duse, considered one of the greatest actresses of her time, captivated the public and inspired many of his literary works.

Gabriele D'Annunzio passed away on March 1, 1938, in Gardone Riviera, Italy. His legacy as a writer and political activist lives on, showcasing his immense talent and controversial persona.

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