[kahr-doo-chee; Italian kahr-doot-chee]
- Gio·suè [jaw-swe] /dʒɔˈswɛ/, Enotrio Romano, 1835–1907, Italian poet and critic: Nobel Prize 1906.
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Examples from the Web for carducci
With this conclusion Carducci—and no finer critic ever lived—is in agreement.Giovanni Boccaccio, a Biographical Study
Carducci, the Tennyson of Italy, was with him, and seemed irritated.Verdi: Man and Musician
Frederick James Crowest
Michelangelo foresaw his treason and confided his suspicions to Carducci.Michelangelo
For a few months in 1876 Carducci had a seat in the Italian Chamber.
But more than all there is probably no poet whose matter loses so much of its music and its fire by translation as Carducci.Idling in Italy
- Giosuè (dʒozuˈɛ). 1835–1907, Italian poet: Nobel prize for literature 1906