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A Sant'Efremo, drama in neapolitan language, published in 1911 by the editor-book seller-writer Tommaso Pironti (1876 - 1958), it may be only a transcription, but the original should be found to confirm it.

This work is in the public domain in the US (it was published abroad before the 1st of january 1923). It may not be in the public domain in Italy since the death date of the author is unknown for the uploader.

In case of proliferation of a Neapolitan wikisource, do not transfer this file since it may not be clear if this work is already in the public domain (70y after the death of the author in Italy).


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This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was first published outside the United States prior to January 1, 1924. Other jurisdictions have other rules. Also note that this work may not be in the public domain in the 9th Circuit if it was published after July 1, 1909, unless the author is known to have died in 1948 or earlier (more than 70 years ago).[1]

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