Definition of Quasimodo, Salvatore in English:

Quasimodo, Salvatore

Syllabification: Qua·si·mo·do, Salvatore
Pronunciation: /
 
ˌkwäzēˈmōdō/
( 1901–68), Italian poet. His early work was influenced by French symbolism but his later work was more concerned with political and social issues. Notable works: Water and Land (1930) and And It’s Suddenly Evening (1942). Nobel Prize for Literature (1959).

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