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Francesco Gaeta (1879 – 15 April 1927) was an Italian poet.
His early works were initially influenced by Gabriele D'Annunzio, and were characterized by a sentimental and sensual mood. His language featured both refined and popular elements.
He committed suicide, aged 47.
- Il libro della giovinezza (1895)
- Sonetti voluttuosi e altre poesie (1906)
- Salvatore Di Giacomo (1911, essay)
- Poesie d'amore (1920)
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