Genna Crime Family - Members of Chicago's Sicilian Mafia - Rival


  • Rosario Dispenza – Black Hand member and was a Morello crime family Chicago contact. Dispenza was murdered in 1914.
  • Salvatore Cardinella gang – also operated in Little Italy and Little Sicily.

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... The Rival Poet's literary talent is again compared to a great ship in full sail (as in sonnet 80) seeking to capture the youth's beauty like a prize ... is unable to articulate his thoughts, but it was not the rival poet, nor other writers, nor the guiding spirits that inspire them ... the youth's face fills the verse of the rival, weakens the poet ...
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... Main article Rival Poet "Shakespeare’s sonnets 78-86 concern the Speaker’s rivalry with other poets and especially with one ‘better spirit’ who ... In Sonnet 78 we find out about a rival who is male and a poet and whose entry initiates an episode of jealousy that comes to a close in only Sonnet 86 These sonnets are considered to be the ... The rival poet sonnets include three primary players the fair youth, the rival poet, and the lady who is desired by both men ...
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