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Giosue Carducci

Author Code: TGCD

Born: Jul. 27, 1835 - Pietrasanta, Italy

Died: Feb. 16, 1907 - Bologna, Italy

Educated at Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Carducci graduated in 1856 and began teaching school. In 1857, he published Rime, his first book of poems. He married in 1859 and subsequently became a professor at the University of Bologna. A confirmed atheist, he often clashed with the teachings of the Catholic church in Italy. In 1868, he published Light and Heavy, which became very popular. Carducci was an eminent orator and was active in politics, being elected to the Senate in 1890. His poetry was an inspiration to those who supported Italian independence. He continued to teach at the University until his retirement in 1906. That same year, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. His other works include Hymn to Satan (1865), Literary Studies (1874), Critical Sketches and Literary Discussions (1876), Barbarian Odes (1877,82 & 89), Juvenilia (1880), Iambics and Epodes (1882), Petrarch and Boccacio (1884), New Lyrics (1887) and Poems (1907 Posthumous).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
TGCD001 Poems
  To the Author of the Magician
  Before San Guido
  The Church of Polenta
  To a Donkey
  Feasting and Forgetting
  Fiesole
  For Eduardo Corazzini
  From "By the Sources of Clitumnus"
  Funere Mersit Acerbo
  Idyll of the Maremma
  Lines on Rome
  Lines on the Death of G. P.
  Near a Monastery
  Night
  The Ox
  The Pass of Roncesvalles
  Piedmont
  Primo Vere
  Vignette
  Virgil
1907 Posthumous 43 241k eBook Download PDF - 'Poems' (TGCD001) Find a printed copy of Poems by Giosue Carducci at AbeBooks

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