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Gabriele D'Annunzio

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Gabriele D'Annunzio

Duce o the Carnaro
In office
12 September 1919 – 30 December 1920
Precedit biOffice creatit
Succeedit biOffice abolished
(Riccardo Zanella as Preses o the Free State o Fiume)
Member o the Chamber o Deputies
for Florence
In office
5 Aprile 1897 – 17 Mey 1900
Personal details
Born12 Mairch 1863(1863-03-12)
Pescara, Kinrick o Italy
Dee'd1 Mairch 1938(1938-03-01) (aged 74)
Gardone Riviera, Kinrick o Italy
Restin placeVittoriale degli italiani, Gardone Riviera, Lake Garda
Poleetical pairtyHistorical Richt
Historical Far-Left[1]
Italian Naitionalist Association
Spoose(s)Maria Hardouin (m. 1883; d. 1938)
Domestic partnerEleonora Duse (m. 1898–1901)
  • Mario (1885–1964)
  • Gabriellino (1886–1945)
  • Ugo Veniero (1887–1945)
  • Renata
ParentsFrancesco Paolo Rapagnetta an Luisa de Benedictis
ProfessionWriter, jurnalist, poet, sodger
ReligionDeism (Martinism)
Militar service
Eikname(s)"Il Vate" ("The Poet"); "Il Profeta" ("The Prophet")
Service/brainch Ryal Italian Airmy
Royal Air Force
Years o serviceactive: 1915–18
RankGeneral (honorary)
Lieutenant colonel
Lieutenant colonel
Unit3rd Airmy
Writin career
Period20t century
GenrePoetry, novel
SubjectIndiveedualism, exeestentialism
Leeterar muivementDecadentism
Notable warks
Years active1879–1938


General Gabriele D'Annunzio, Prince of Montenevoso, Duke of Gallese OMS CMG MVM (Italian pronunciation: [ɡabriˈɛːle danˈnuntsjo]; 12 Mairch 1863 – 1 Mairch 1938), whiles spelled d'Annunzio,[2] wis an Italian writer, poet, jurnalist, playwricht an sodger during Warld War I. He occupied a prominent place in Italian leeteratur frae 1889 tae 1910 an later poleetical life frae 1914 tae 1924. He wis eften referred tae unner the epithets Il Vate ("the Poet")[3] or Il Profeta ("the Prophet").


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  1. Francesco De Filippo (12 December 2014). "Gabriele D'Annunzio fu anche socialista". ANSA.
  2. As he uised tae sign himsel (Guglielmo Gatti, Vita di Gabriele d'Annunzio, Firenze, 1956, pp. 1–2).
  3. The Italian vate directly stems frae Laitin vates. Its meanin is a poet wi special emphasis on prophetic, inspirin or even divinin qualities.