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SALVATORE FARINA (1846– )

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Originally appearing in Volume V10, Page 179 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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SALVATORE FARINA (1846– ), Italian novelist, was born in Sardinia, and after studying law at Turin and Pavia devoted himself to a literary life at Milan. Farina has often been compared as a sentimental humorist with Dickens, and his style of writing has given him a special place in modern Italian fiction. His masterpiece is 11 Signor lo (188o), a delightful portrait of an egoist; Don Chisciottino, Amore bendato, Capelli biondi, Oro nascosto, I? Tesoro di Donnina, Amore a cent' occhi, Mio figlio, Il numero 13, are some of his other volumes.
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