Definition of Giuseppe mazzini
1. Noun. Italian nationalist whose writings spurred the movement for a unified and independent Italy (1805-1872).
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Literary usage of Giuseppe mazzini
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1. Essays--modern by Frederic William Henry Myers (1897)
"giuseppe mazzini. <: Fuss' io pur lui! C' a tal fortuna nato Per I' aspro esilio suo, con la virtute, Dare' del mondo il piii felice stato. ..."
2. Modern Italy, 1748-1898 by Pietro Orsi, Mary Alice Vialls (1900)
"VII giuseppe mazzini AND 'YOUNG ITALY* JUST at the commencement of Charles Albert's reign, a letter, dated from Marseilles and addressed to the new king, ..."
3. A Midsummer Holiday, and Other Poems by Algernon Charles Swinburne (1884)
"LINES ON THE MONUMENT OF giuseppe mazzini. ITALIA, mother of the souls of men, Mother divine, Of all that served thee best with sword or pen, ..."
4. War Aims & Peace Ideals: Selections in Prose & Verse, Illustrating the by Tucker Brooke, Henry Seidel Canby (1919)
"(a) DEMOCRATIC ASPIRATIONS giuseppe mazzini: TO THE ITALIANS (1871) WE believe that to make politics an art, and sever them from morality, ..."