Giosuè Alessandro Michele Carducci, Nobel Prize in LiterTURE, 1906

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Giosuè Alessandro Michele Carducci

生日 (71)
出生地 Via Valdicastello Carducci, Pietrasanta, Tuscany, Italy
逝世 1907年2月16日 (71)
Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
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About Giosuè Alessandro Michele Carducci, Nobel Prize in LiterTURE, 1906

Giosuè Alessandro Michele Carducci (27 July 1835 – 16 February 1907) was an Italian poet and teacher. He was very influential and was regarded as the official national poet of modern Italy. In 1906 he became the first Italian to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Biography

He was born in Valdicastello (part of Pietrasanta), a small town in the Province of Lucca in the northwest corner of the region of Tuscany. His father, a doctor, was an advocate of the unification of Italy and was involved with the Carbonari. Because of his politics, the family was forced to move several times during Carducci's childhood, eventually settling for a few years in Florence.

From the time he was in college, he was fascinated with the restrained style of Greek and Roman antiquity, and his mature work reflects a restrained classical style, often using the classical meters of such Latin poets as Horace and Virgil. He translated Book 9 of Homer's Iliad into Italian.

He graduated in 1856 from the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa and began teaching school. The following year, he published his first collection of poems, Rime. These were difficult years for Carducci: his father died, and his brother committed suicide.

In 1859, he married Elvira Menicucci, and they had four children. He briefly taught Greek at a high school in Pistoia, and then was appointed Italian professor at the university in Bologna. Here, one of his students was Giovanni Pascoli, who became a poet himself and later succeeded him at the university. Carducci was a popular lecturer and a fierce critic of literature and society. His political views were consistently opposed to Christianity generally and the secular power of the Catholic Church in particular.

"I know neither truth of God nor peace with the Vatican or any priests. They are the real and unaltering enemies of Italy." - he said in his later years.

This anti-clerical revolutionary zeal is prominently showcased in one famous poem, the deliberately blasphemous and provocative "Inno a Satana" (or "Hymn to Satan".) The poem was composed in 1863 as a dinner party toast, published in 1865, then republished in 1869 by Bologna's radical newspaper, Il Popolo, as a provocation timed to coincide with the 20th Vatican Ecumenical Council, a time when revolutionary fervor directed against the papacy was running high as republicans pressed both politically and militarily for an end of the Vatican’s domination over the papal states.

While "Inno a Satana" had quite a revolutionary impact, Carducci's finest poetry came in later years. His collections Rime Nuove (New Rhymes) and Odi Barbare (Barbarian Odes) contain his greatest works.

He was the first Italian to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, in 1906. He was also elected a Senator of Italy. Although his reputation rests primarily on his poetry, he also produced a large body of prose works. Indeed, his prose writings, including literary criticism, biographies, speeches and essays, fill some 20 volumes. Carducci was also an excellent translator and translated some of Goethe and Heine into Italian.

He died in Bologna at the age of 71.

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Giosuè Alessandro Michele Carducci, Nobel Prize in LiterTURE, 1906的年谱

1835
1835年7月27日
Pietrasanta, Tuscany, Italy
1859
1859年12月12日
24岁
Florence, Metropolitan City of Florence, Tuscany, Italy
1863
1863年
27岁
1867
1867年
31岁
Bologna, Metropolitan City of Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
1872
1872年
36岁
Bologna, Metropolitan City of Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
1907
1907年2月16日
71岁
Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy