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Italian Literature - Bibliography

The following are the more important recent works relating to the historyof Italian literature:—Emiliani Giudici, Storia della Letteratura Italiana, 2 vols., Florence, 1855; Francesco de Sanctis, Storia della Letteratura Italiana, 2 vols., Naples, 1870; Adolfo Bartoli, Storia della Letteratura Italiana (the first three volumes are published), Florence, 1879-80 ; Giosuè Carducci, Studi Letterari, Leghorn, 1874 ; Alessandro d'Ancona, Origini del Teatro in Italia, 2 vols., Florence, 1878 ; Virgili, FrancescoBerni, Florence, 1881; Pasquale Villari, Niccolò Machiavelli e i suoi tempi, voi. i., Florence, 1877; Pio Rajna, Le Fonti dell' Orlando Furioso, Florence, 1875; Attilio Hortis, Studi sulle Opere latine del Boccaccio, Trieste, 1879; Francesco de Sanctis, Saggi Critic', 3 vols., Naples, 1872 ; Francesco d'Ovidio, Saggi Critici, Naples, 1878. (A. BA.)

The above article was written by:
-- Geography: E. H. Bunbury, M. A.
-- Statistics: H. A. Webster.
-- History: J. Addington Symons, M.A., author of Renaissance Italy.
-- Language: Prof. G. I. Ascoli, Milan.
-- Literature: Prof. A. Bartoli.

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