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Francesco De Sanctis

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Title Saggi critici

Napoli : A. Morano

Year of publication




Delle opere drammatiche di Federico Schiller -- Saint-Marc Girardin : Cours de littérature dramatique -- Triboulet -- Ponsard : Lucrezia -- Sulla mitologia : Sermone di Vincenzo Monti alla marchesa Antoinetta Costa -- Beatrice Cenci : storia del secolo XVI di F.D. Guerrazzi -- Satana e le Grazie : leggenda di Giovanni Prati -- L'Ebreo di Verona del padre Bresciani -- Memorie sull' Italia e specialmente sulla Toscana, dal 1814 al 1840 di Giuseppe Montanelli -- Memorie di Giuseppe Montanelli -- Memorie storiche e letterarie di Villemain -- Lavori da scuola -- Giulio Janin -- Janin e Alfieri -- Veuillot e la Mirra -- Janin e Mirra -- Poesie di Sofia Sassernò -- Epistolario di Giacomo Leopardi -- Alla sua donna : Poesia di G. Leopardi -- Schopenhauer e Leopardi -- Una storia della italiana di Cesare Cantù -- Storia del secolo XIX di G. Gervinus : italiana : Foscolo : Manzoni -- Giudizio di Gervinus sopra Alfieri e Foscolo de littérature par M. de Lamartine -- Dell'argomento della Divina commedia -- Carattere di Dante e sua Utopia -- Pier della Vigne -- La Divina commedia / Versione di F. Lamennais -- Di alcuni carateri della poesia moderna : Contemplazioni di Victor Ugo -- L'Armando -- L'ultimo de puristi -- A'miei giovani

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