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Foscolo

(Italian ˈfɔskolo)
n
(Biography) Ugo (ˈuːɡo), real name Niccolò Foscolo. 1778–1827, Italian poet and writer; his patriotic verse includes Dei sepolcri (1807)
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(2) However, the next reference, to Foscolo's Ajax, makes one think of the encounter with the two flocks of sheep, in Part 1, Chapter XVIII of El Ingenioso Hidalgo: as the duo is crossing a dry plane, they come upon two separate herds that are about to cross paths while stirring up high dust clouds; the vivid imagination of the melancholic knight takes them for two opposing armies about to engage in battle.
L'opera di Nievo ottempera, infatti, sia a un'istanza di tipo romanzesco sia a un'istanza di tipo storico, funzioni, queste, ben dichiarate mezzo secolo prima da Ugo Foscolo, autore cui certamente Nievo guardava come riferimento.
I argue that Tennyson was working from a version of the Lady of Shalott tale found in a widely circulated essay on Boccaccio-and Boccaccio's source hunters-by the expatriate Italian poet and critic Ugo Foscolo. Foscolo's 1826 essay illustrates Boccaccio's creative relationship to source material by imagining, in elaborate detail, how Boccaccio might have embellished the Scalot tale had he chosen to adapt it for the Decameron.
In generale, i giudizi critici sembrano piu negativi e rigorosi in Gran Bretagna e tra gli stessi esuli italiani come Foscolo e Mazzini.
In it, the Provveditore Generale di Dalmazia et Albania, Lunardo Foscolo, proposed a plan to end the siege of Candia by infecting the Ottoman forces with a poisonous liquid that he described as "the quintessence of the plague." The plan was likely to be undetected and successful because plague outbreaks occurred frequently on the island.
Foscolo et al., "Von Willebrand factor, ADAMTS13 and D-Dimer are correlated with different levels of nephropathy in type 1 diabetes mellitus," PLoS ONE, vol.