|Nomination for Nobel Prize in Literature|
|Number:||16 - 2|
|Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature 1906|
|Motivation:||"Opere". 14 vol.|
|Profession:||Professor of Greek literature|
|University:||University of Bologna|
|Comments:||Poems of GiosueÌ. – New York : Dodd, Mead & company, 1892 Poems of Italy : selections from the odes of Giosue Carducci. – New York, Grafton Press, 1906 Poems / with an introduction and translations, by Maud Holland. – New York : Scribner, 1907 Selections from Carducci : prose and poetry. – New York, William R. Jenkins, 1913 Italy : from the poems of Joshua Carducci / translated by E.A. Tribe. – Florence, G. Giannini & son, 1916 The Rime nuove of GiosueÌ Carducci / tr. from the Italian by Laura Fullerton Gilbert. – Boston, R. G. Badger, 1916 A selection from the poems of GiosueÌ Carducci / translated and annotated with a biographical introduction by Emily A. Tribe. – New York : Green, 1921 From the poems of GiosueÌ Carducci. – London : Kegan Paul & Co., 1929 The Barbarian : odes. – Menasha, Wis., Printed by George Banta publishing company, 1939 The lyrics and rhythms of Giosue Carducci / translated from the Italian by William Fletcher Smith. – Colorado Springs, Colo., Priv. print., 1942 The new lyrics of Giosue Carducci / translated from the Italian by William Fletcher Smith. – Colorado Springs, Colo., Priv. print., 1942 Political and satiric verse of Giosue Carducci. – Colorado Springs, Colo., Priv. print., 1942 Twenty four sonnets. – Yarmouth Port, Mass : The Register Press, 1947 Selected verse / edited with a translation, introduction, and commentary by David H. Higgins. – Warminster, England : Aris & Phillips, 1994|
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