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Carducci

[ kahr-doo-chee; Italian kahr-doot-chee ]

noun

  1. Gio·suè [jaw-, swe], Enotrio Romano, 1835–1907, Italian poet and critic: Nobel Prize 1906.


Carducci

/ karˈduttʃi /

noun

  1. CarducciGiosuè18351907MItalianWRITING: poet Giosuè (dʒozuˈɛ). 1835–1907, Italian poet: Nobel prize for literature 1906


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“Both mother and baby are in good health,” said Pasquale Carducci, the director of the local hospital.

The citations here given have been selected as illustrating the prominent features of Carducci's genius.

Without a formal coronation, Carducci may be regarded as the actual poet laureate of Italy.

The activity of Sommaruga exercised a great influence on Giosu Carducci.

The originals will be found in Carducci's Studi Letterari, p. 273 et seq.

With this conclusion Carducci—and no finer critic ever lived—is in agreement.

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