Giosue Carducci Autograph

SKU: 8007668

Sale priceSFr.440,00


Printed poem signed, leaflet (on two conjoined sheets), 6 x 8 inch (folded), in Italian, poem entitled `ALLA VITTORIA - nel Museo di Brescia`, signed and inscribed to the front page in black ink "A Vinzenzo Ferrari - con ringramiento - Giosue Carducci", attractively mounted (removable) for fine display with a photograph, shows Giosue Carducci in a chest-up portrait (altogether 11,75 x 8,25 inch), with a horizontal fold, mild creasing and foxing - in nearly fine condition.

Further Information on the person

(1835-1907) Italian poet and teacher - received the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Year of Birth: 1835

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Giosue Carducci was an Italian poet, scholar and teacher who lived from 1835 to 1907. He was one of Italy's most famous poets and is celebrated as the first Italian to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1906. Carducci was born in Val di Castello, near Pisa, in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. He was educated in the classical tradition at the universities of Pisa and Bologna, and at the age of twenty-four, he became a professor of literature at the University of Bologna.

Carducci's literary career began with the publication of his first collection of poems, Rime Nuove (1861). His work soon gained attention for its strong sentiment and romantic themes. He was especially known for his vivid descriptions of nature and landscapes. He wrote a great deal of prose, including several books on the history of Italian literature and a biography of the Renaissance poet Petrarch. He also wrote several plays and essays, and was an active contributor to the magazines and newspapers of his day.

Carducci's poetry was characterized by a passionate intensity and a strong sense of patriotism. He was a proponent of the Italian unification movement, and his work often reflected his strong nationalist sentiments. He was also a powerful critic of the Church, and his work often challenged the traditional values of his time. He was an outspoken opponent of the Papacy and the Catholic Church's influence on Italian society.

Carducci was also a literary innovator who experimented with new forms and styles of writing. He was an early proponent of free verse and wrote several modernist poems. He was also an important figure in the Symbolist movement, which sought to express the spiritual and emotional realities of life through symbols and imagery.

Carducci's influence on Italian literature was immense. He was a major influence on later poets such as D'Annunzio and Pascoli, and his work is still widely read today. He was a major inspiration for the Italian Futurists, and his work is also seen as a precursor to the modernist movement. Carducci's legacy is one of passion, intensity, and a powerful love of Italy and its culture.

Carducci's work was not without controversy. He was often criticized for his strong anti-clerical and nationalist views, but his work is still widely respected and admired. He was an important figure in Italian literature and his influence can still be felt today.

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