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Ferdinando Russo

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Name  Ferdinando Russo
Role  Journalist
Books  Santa Lucia

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Died  January 30, 1927, Naples, Italy
Similar People  Salvatore Gambardella, Salvatore Di Giacomo, Vincenzo Valente, Libero Bovio, Nicola Maldacea

Ferdinando russo da giornalista a principe della poesia napoletana


Ferdinando Russo (November 25, 1866 – January 30, 1927) was a prominent Neapolitan journalist primarily remembered as a dialect poet and composer of song lyrics. He was also the author of a small volume, La Camorra, about organized crime in Naples, serialized in five installments in 1897 in Il Mattino, still the largest Neapolitan daily newspaper.

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Ferdinando Russo Ferdinando Russo from Prince of Neapolitan poetry reporter YouTube

He wrote the poem "Canzone 'e Ciccio Cappuccio," immortalising the legendary Camorra chief Ciccio Cappuccio when he died in 1892.

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