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Pietro Metatstasio", in Prose di Giosue Carducci MDCCCLIX-MCMIII, 3rd edition Bologna, 1907.
7 of Edizione nazionale delle opere di Giosue Carducci.
Subsequently in 1880 he attended the Liceo Genovese in Naples, and by 1882, he had studied the writings of Francesco De Sanctis and Giosue Carducci.
Pascoli studied under the poet Giosue Carducci at the University of Bologna.
The recipients have been: 1901, Rene Francois Armand Sully Prudhomme (Fr); 1902, Theodor Mommsen (Ger); 1903, Bj ornstjerne Bjornson (Norw); 1904, Frederic Mistral (Fr) and Jose Echegaray (Sp); 1905, Henryk Sienkiewicz (Pol); 1906, Giosue Carducci (Ital); 1907, Rudyard Kipling (Eng); 1908, Rudolf Eucken (Ger) 1909, Selma Lagerlof (Sw); 1910, Paul von Heyse (Ger); 1911, Maurice Maeterlinck (Belg); 1912, Gerhart Hauptmann (Ger); 1913, Rabindranath Tagore (India); 1914, none; 1915, Romain Rolland (Fr); 1916, Verner von Heidenstam (Sw); 1917, Karl A.
Giuseppe Manitta's edited collection of essays about Giosue Carducci is one of the most important critical contributions about this poet and intellectual to have come out in recent years.
It captivated the attention of the entire nation, seizing the curiosity of the Roman populace, respectable ladies from the upper classes, famed painters and writers, including the poet Giosue Carducci.
Maggiari continues this first chapter with an interpretation of the poet's first published collection, Liriche (1907), strongly influenced by D'Annunzio and Pascoli, rich with crepuscolare atmosphere, and even echoing Giosue Carducci.
Saba's formative poetry, written in the first two decades of the century, was influenced by Petrarch, Gabriele D'Annunzio, Giacomo Leopardi, and Giosue Carducci.
Il 31 maggio del 1903, commissari Giosue Carducci, Severino Ferrari e Giuseppe Albini (16) supero l'esame per titoli (17) assumendo presso l'Universita di Bologna la qualifica che mantenne da126 novembre 1903 all'anno accademico 1935-'36 (18).
In this light, Catalani's La Wally reveals stunning affinities to poems by Giosue Carducci and paintings by Giovanni Segantini which aimed at restoring a much endangered idealism to the Alpine landscape.