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/Italian paˈveːse/
Cesare (ˈtʃeːzare). 1908–50, Italian writer and translator. His works include collections of poems, such as Verrà la morte e avra i tuoi occhi (1953), short stories, such as the collection Notte di festa (1953), and the novel La Luna e i falò (1950)


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