- Ugo (ˈuːɡo), real name Niccolò Foscolo . 1778–1827, Italian poet and writer; his patriotic verse includes Dei sepolcri (1807)
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Examples from the Web for foscolo
Monti and Foscolo, although at variance with each other, were kind to me.My Ten Years' Imprisonment
Foscolo, Ugo, his opinion on the titles of Italian Academies, ii.Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)
Foscolo remarks the restless spirit which all his life drove Petrarch, like a perturbed spirit, from one residence to another.The Romance of Biography (Vol 1 of 2)
Here he first had the pleasure of seeing John Keats, and here he was visited by Foscolo.
He collected materials for the edition of Foscolo's works, which was so near his heart now as at a later time.The Life of Mazzini