La biblioteca italiana di Anne Lister

Anne Lister collezionava moltissimi libri, ed altrettanti ne consultava. Questo elenco è in continuo aggiornamento e raccoglie i libri sull'Italia o di autori italiani posseduti o letti da Anne Lister.

  • Foscolo, U. Le ultime lettere di Jacopo Ortis. (1802).
    (consultabile online)
    Wednesday 20 October 1824 - ‘i.e. Ugo Foscolo who chose thus to disguise his own name’.

  • Alberti’s Italian dictionary.
    Il libro in questione è molto probabilmente ‘Vocabolario degli Accademici della Crusca’ o ‘Dizionario degli Accademici della Crusca’ 1 vol. pubblicato da Giovanni Alberti a Venezia nel 1612.
    Tuesday 19 October 1824.

  • Italian views
    Ricevuto tramite IN (Isabella Norcliffe)- il 7 Aprile 1818.

  • Chateauvieux, JF. L., Italy, Its Agriculture, & C. from the French of Mons. Chateauvieux, Being Letters Written by Him in Italy, in the Years 1812 & 1813. (1819).
    (consultabile online)
    Dicembre 1819

  • Belzoni, G. Narrative of the Operations and Recent Discoveries Within the Pyramids, Temples, Tombs and Excavations in Egypt and Nubia and of a Journey to the Coast of the Red Sea, in search of the ancient Berenice; and another to the Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, Quarterly Review, VOL. XXIV., p. 140-169, (Ottobre, 1820).
    (consultabile online) Pubblicazione integrale: Belzoni, G. B. Narrative of the Operations and Recent Discoveries Within the Pyramids, Temples, Tombs and Excavations in Egypt and Nubia and of a Journey to the Coast of the Red Sea, in search of the ancient Berenice; and another to the Oasis of Jupiter Ammon. (1820).

  • Taylor. Life of Benvenuto Cellini, Retrospective Review, VOL. IV. Part 1., p. 1-20. (1821).
    (consultabile online)

  • Robinson. Memoirs of Gaudentio di Lucca, Retrospective Review, VOL. IV. Part 2., p. 316-332. (1821).
    (consultabile online)

  • Gell, Sir William. Pompeiana; the Topography, Edifices and Ornaments of Pompeii. (1817-1832).
    (ediz. 1821 consultabile online)

  • Foscolo, U. Essays on Petrarch. (1821).
    (consultabile online)

  • Hunt's Julian the Apostate, The British Critic, VOL. XIX., p. 348-372, (Aprile, 1823).
    (consultabile online)

  • Foscolo's Essays on Petrarch, The British Critic, VOL. XIX., p. 373-387, (Aprile, 1823).
    (consultabile online)

  • Clarke on the climate of France and Italy.

  • Butler, C. The Book of the Roman Catholic Church. In a Series of Letters Addressed to Robert Southey, Esq. LL. D. On His "Book of the Church". (1825).
    (consultabile online)

  • Tiraboschi on Italian Literature.

  • Novelle di Giovan Battista Casti.

  • Darus’ History of Venice.

  • Italy and the Italians in the Nineteenth Century.

  • Rome in the Nineteenth Century.

  • Waldensian researches during a 2nd visit to the Vaudois of Piemont.

  • History of Rome di Barthold Georg Niebuhr.

  • Gli animali parlanti di Giovan Battista Casti.

  • Drumann’s (of Königsberg) Genealogical history of Rome articolo
sul Quarterly Review 19 maggio 1836

  • Volume 2 Economy of Nature: an account of the eruptions of Etna and Vesuvius.

  • The last days of Pompeii by Edward Bulwer-Lytton.

  • Brockedon’s guide from London to Naples via Paris Rome etc
.
    “just published - 24/. 1vol. 8vo. [octavo] with several good views - seems a goodish sort of thing - the Leghorn bonnets made of [unique] wheat straw grown on poor land - this manufacture now as good In England thro’ the information 1st got by the society of arts - Leghorn the best port for shipments to England - less duty paid and most direct conveyance by sea -Inquire when there”.

  • Pinnocks’ Goldsmith’s Roman history.

  • Bigland’s (A-‘s) history of the world - article Italy.

  • Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Paolo e Virginia (1788). (consultabile qui) "At my desk at 6 3/4 - from 6 3/4 to 8 1/2, read pages 7, 8, 9 and the 1st 4 lines page 10, Paul and Virginia in Italian, without the help of my French translation except for one word or 2 - I really believe I shall get to read Italian if I can only go on with it at this rate, before I get back to Madame Galvani."

  • Grammar of the Italian Language, for the use of beginners ... Translated from the French ... by I. Rampini. "At 12 1/2 Madame Galvani’s bookseller brought me Biagioli’s Italian grammar 1 volume 8vo. [octavo] Paris 1819 I was not satisfied with the abridgement, and have therefore got the work itself."

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