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- An Italian critic, poet, philologist, and historian; born in Turin, April 7, 1840. His profound scholarship and versatility have won him distinction in widely separated departments of literature. "The First Twenty Hymns of the Rig-Veda"( text and translation, 1865); "Death of Cato"( 1863), a drama in metre; "King Nala", an Indo-Brahmin play; "Gabriel", a novel; "Zoological Mythology"( 1872); and many other works, evince a complete mastery of style, and exhibit his brilliant attainments. Literature is further indebted to him for his invaluable work of reference entitled "Writers of the Day".