Stories by Foreign Authors (Italian)

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Stories by Foreign Authors—Italian  (1898) 
Stories by Foreign Authors, Vol. 9
Fifty-one tales in ten volumes, comprising a careful selection of the best Continental short stories by contemporary or nearly contemporary writers, published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York

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EDMONDO DE AMICIS

STORIES BY

FOREIGN AUTHORS



ITALIAN


A GREAT DAY By Edmondo De Amicis
PEREAT ROCHUS By Antonio Fogazzaro
SAN PANTALEONE By Gabriele d'Annunzio
IT SNOWS By Enrico Castelnuovo
COLLEGE FRIENDS By Edmondo De Amicis



NEW YORK

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS

1898

Copyright, 1898, by
Charles Scribner's Sons

PUBLISHERS' NOTE

The translations in this volume, where previously published, are used by arrangement with the owners of the copyrights (as specified at the beginning of each story). Translations made especially for the series are covered by its general copyright. All rights in both classes are reserved.

The portrait of Edmondo de Amicis prefixed to this volume is used by permission of Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons, the authorized American publishers of de Amicis' works.

CONTENTS

page
A Great Day Edmondo De Amicis 11
Pereat Rochus Antonio Fogazzaro 35
San Pantaleone Gabriele D'annunzio 89
It Snows Enrico Castelnuovo 109
College Friends Edmondo De Amicis 135