Count Aleardo
[ah-le-ahr-daw] /ˌɑ lɛˈɑr dɔ/ (Show IPA), 1812–78, Italian poet and patriot.
Historical Examples

It is certain that art ceases to be less, and country more, in the poetry of Aleardi from this time.
Modern Italian Poets William Dean Howells

Such is the spirit, such is the manner, of the Prime Storie of Aleardi.
Modern Italian Poets William Dean Howells

A very little book holds all the poems which Aleardi has written, and I have named them nearly all.
Modern Italian Poets William Dean Howells

Aleardi left Paris, and, after assisting at the ceremony of being bombarded in Bologna, retired to Genoa.
Modern Italian Poets William Dean Howells

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