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"He also married a woman who, like [Gabriele] D’Annunzio, was not quite what she seemed. Despite bearing the name of an old Catholic noble family, Maria di Gallese was in fact not of aristocratic descent: her father was a humble French non-commissioned officer. 'When I married him', Maria later wrote, 'I really thought I was marrying Poetry.' The couple soon separated." Christopher Duggan • TLS

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