Thomas Augustine Daly (28 May 1871 - 4 October 1948 / Philadelphia)
best known for his humorous verses in mock Italian-American and Irish American dialect.
Thomas Augustine Daly is best known for his humorous verse primarily in Italian or Irish-American dialect. Although popular for forty years as a poet, he was a versatile writer, and he built an international reputation as an author, columnist, and lecturer. His dialectal humor continued the tradition... more »
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- Between Two Loves
- Da Boy From Rome
- Da Comica Man
- Da Leetla Boy
- Da Sweeta Soil
- Mia Carlotta
- Two ‘Mericana Men