Italian author and journalist; born at Nizza-Monferrato in 1823; died at Turin Nov. 8, 1876; educated at the Collegio Foà at Vercelli. Although a man of affairs and a lawyer, hestill found time to devote himself to literature, his most important work being his "Lampi della Società Contemporanea," a faithful delineation of modern life. His "Massime a Casaccio," as well as his "Il Tempio di Torino" (his last work), was published in the "Corriere Israelitico" of Triest.
- Corriere Israelitico, 1876-77, p. 185;
- Mortara, Indice.