/ (Italian kaˈpwaːna) /
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Luigi. 1839–1915, Italian realist novelist, dramatist, and critic. His works include the novel Giacinta (1879) and the play Malia (1895)
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How to use Capuana in a sentence
The second school of this kind organized was that of San Onofrio a Capuana, in 1576.A Popular History of the Art of Music|W. S. B. Mathews
She was about to throw up her engagement, and actually did so, when she was at the Porta-Capuana.
Porta Capuana is a quarter of Naples where street singers congregate.
"We are going now to Porta Capuana, songstress," he laughingly replied.
I pursued the boy, caught him under the Porta Capuana, and bought his pamphlet.Naples Past and Present|Arthur H. Norway