The Feast of Santa Gorizia

Description

English

Vittorio Locchi (1889-1917) was a poet and died on a ship near Cape Matapan in Greece during the war. This poem celebrates the conquest of Gorizia in 1916, and has been part of the Italian school curriculum for decades.

Full title
The Feast of Santa Gorizia
Published
1917
Format
Book / Illustration
Creator
Vittorio Locchi
Held by
Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma
Usage terms
Public Domain

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