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Sciurella, drama in neapolitan language, edition from 1921 (Gennarelli). Original work by Eduardo Pignalosa (1817 - ?)
Pending to be transfered to commons, since it can be assummed the author was not living after 130 years.
This work is in the public domain in the US (it was published abroad before the 1st of january 1923).
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This work might not be in the public domain outside the United States and should not be transferred to a Wikisource language subdomain (or as a file it should not be migrated to the Wikimedia Commons) that excludes pre-1925 works copyrighted at home.
PD-US-1923-abroad Public domain in the United States but not in its source countries
- Biography of Eduardo Pignalosa. Born in 1817, died at a very old age (not specified). This biography mistakes him with the Edoardo Pignalosa that operates the card manufacturing company from 1940 to the year of death (?-1979). Bibliocamorra, via Lucchesi Palli (BNN), reports him as writer of manuscripts in (at least) 1898.
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