Giorgio Baffo  

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Giorgio Baffo (Venice, 1694 - Venice, 1768), was a famous poet and senator of the Venetian Republic.

He was, together with Ruzante, Carlo Goldoni and Berto Barbarani one of the major writers of venetian language. He was a prolific author of licentious sonnets.



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