Giosue Carducci

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Noun1.Giosue Carducci - Italian poet considered the national poet of modern Italy (1835-1907)Giosue Carducci - Italian poet considered the national poet of modern Italy (1835-1907)
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Societa Dante Alighieri (SDA) was established in Italy in 1889 by a group of intellectuals inspired by the Nobel laureate Giosue Carducci, legally registered in 1893 with the original purpose of preserving the ties between the Italian emigrants and their motherland.
No comprehensive historical analysis on book reviewing in Italian literature has yet to be published, but the comments penned about Pratesi help chronicle the intimacies of his life, which include a vast swath of late nineteenth-century Italian figures such as Alessandro Franchi, Giosue Carducci and Alessandro Manzoni to name but a few.
The brand was originally named after a flamboyant Italian poet, Giosue Carducci, who was known for his creative energy.
Giosue Carducci Elementary School intended to hold a series of prayers to mark the Easter holiday last month.
59--"O salute, O Satana, O ribellione, O forza vindice della ragione!" (O salvation, O Satan, O rebellion, O avenging force of reason): Giosue Carducci, "Inno a Satana" (Hymn to Satan), 1863
Three longer sections on Edmondo De Amicis, Giovanni Pascoli, and Tommaso Casini (like Pascoli, another talented student of Giosue Carducci) conclude this chapter.
Inland is Castagneti Carducci, famous as the one-time residence of one of Italy's best loved poets, Giosue Carducci. Wander round the medieval streets with an ice-cream or even sit at one of the terrace pizzerias for lunch and enjoy views of the glittering sea.
So beautiful is Metastasio's libretto that the eminent poet Giosue Carducci once wrote that "all of the eighteenth century joined in acclaiming the divine L'Olympiade, in which the lyricism and the Italian songfulness joined in an unequalled and unattainable perfection" (903-04).