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PAOLO FERRARI (1822–1889)

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Originally appearing in Volume V10, Page 285 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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PAOLO FERRARI (1822–1889), Italian dramatist, was born at Modena. After producing some minor pieces, in 1852 he made his reputation as a playwright with Goldoni e le sue sedici commedie. Among numerous later plays his comedy Parini e la satira (1857) had considerable success. Ferrari may be regarded as a follower of Goldoni, modelling himself on the French theatrical methods. His collected plays were published in 1877–1880.
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