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Carlo Tenca (19 October 1816, Milan - 4 September 1883, Milan) was an Italian man of letters, journalist, deputy and supporter of Risorgimento. He was the prime-mover in the Salon of countess Clara Maffei, to whom he was romantically linked.
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