Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
Giuseppe Francesco Antonio Maria Gioachino Raimondo Belli was an Italian poet, famous for his sonnets in Romanesco, the dialect of Rome.
Giuseppe Francesco Antonio Maria Gioachino Raimondo Belli was born in Rome to a family belonging to the lower bourgeoisie.
His father died, of either cholera or typhus, some time after taking up a job in Civitavecchia. Belli, with his mother and his two brothers, moved back to Rome, where they were forced to take cheap lodgings in Via del Corso. Belli began his poetical career initially by composing sonnets in Italian, at the suggestion of his friend, the poet Francesco Spada.
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- LI SPIRITI IV (Ghosts 4)
- LI FRATI D'UN PAESE (The Friers of The V...
- LI SPIRITI III (Ghosts 3)
- ER GIORNO DER GIUDIZZIO ( On Judgement D...
- LI GALOPPINI (The Scroungers)
- ER CONFESSORE (The Confessor)
- LA SCERTA (The Choice)
- ER ZAGRIFIZZIO D'ABBRAMO II (Abraham's S...
- ER LOGOTENENTE (The Lieutenant)
- ER CAFFETTIERE FISOLOFO (The Philosophiz...
- LA PIGGION DE CASA (The Rent)
- L'ABBICHINO DE LE DONNE (Womens Abacus)
- ER COMMERCIO LIBBERO (The Free Trade)
- LA PENALE (The Fine)
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