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A brilliant publisher, Formiggini started running his business in the first decade of the twentieth century in his hometown of Modena. He then moved to Genoa and finally to Rome in 1916. The wit and refinement of his publications, as well as his pursuit of new, captivating ways to promote Italian books and culture in Italy and abroad, gained the respect and appreciation of scholars of the likes of Giovanni Pascoli, Antonio Gramsci, Giuseppe Prezzolini, Arthur Livingston, and Harry Nelson Gay.

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