La biblioteca italiana di Anne Lister

In copertina: la biblioteca di Anne Lister a Shibden Hall. Foto di Francesca Raia.

Anne Lister e l'Italia

La biblioteca italiana di Anne Lister

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Anne Lister collezionava moltissimi libri, ed altrettanti ne consultava. Il seguente elenco raccoglie opere ed articoli sull'Italia, o che menzionano il nostro paese, di autori italiani o riguardanti scritti italiani, posseduti o letti da Anne Lister. A questi abbiamo aggiunto anche le opere degli autori latini, perché sono parte integrante della nostra formazione classica.

L'indice qui di seguito è stato realizzato da Francesca Raia
Numero libri in lista: 69

Ultimo aggiornamento 2
8/08/2022

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Addison J., Remarks on Several Parts of Italy, etc. in the years 1701, 1702, 1703. (1705).

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, dal Quarterly Review, vol. XXIV., p. 140-169. (1820).

Berington S., The Memoirs Of Signor Gaudentio Di Lucca: Taken From His Confession And Examination Before The Fathers Of The Inquisition At Bologna In Italy, articolo sul Retrospective Review, vol. IV. part 2., p. 316-332.

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre J., Paolo e Virginia (1788).

Biagioli N. G., Grammaire italienne elementaire et raisonnee suivie d'un Traite de la poesie italienne. (1819).

Bigland J., A Geographical and Historical View of the World, Exhibiting a Complete Delineation of the Natural and Artificial Features of Each Country. (1810).

Boccaccio G., A Translation of the Decameron.

Bourke E., Notice Sur les Ruines les Plus Remarquables de Naples et de Ses Environs. (1823).

Brockendon W., Traveller's Guide to Italy; Or, Road-Book from London to Naples. (1835).

Bulwer-Lytton E., The last days of Pompeii. (1834).

Burgess R., The Topography and Antiquities of Rome. (1831).

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).

Casti G. B., Gli animali parlanti. (1802).

Casti G. B., Novelle galanti. (1793).

Chateauvieux J. F. L., Italy, Its Agriculture, &c. from the French of Mons. Chateauvieux, Being Letters Written by Him in Italy, in the Years 1812 and 1813. (1819).

Clark J., Medical notes on climate, diseases, hospitals, and medical schools in France, Italy, and Switzerland; comprising an inquiry into the effects of a residence in the South of Europe in cases of pulmonary consumption, and illustrating the present state of medicine in those countries. (1820).

Colt Hoare Sir R., A Classical Tour Through Italy and Sicily. (1819).

Craven K., Excursions in the Abruzzi and Northern Provinces of Naples. (1838).

Daru P., Histoire de la République de Venise. (1821).

De Sismondi J. C. L. S., A History of the Italian Republics: Being a View of the Rise, Progress, and Fall of Italian Freedom. (1832).

De Sismondi J. C. L. S. & Roscoe T., Historical View of the Literature of the South of Europe. (1823).

De Staël-Holstein, Anne-Louise-Germaine Necker (Madame de Staël) Corinna o l'Italia. (1807).

De Vere (Hunt) Sir A., Julian the Apostate, a Dramatic Poem, articolo sul The British Critic, vol. XIX., p. 348-372. (1823).

Dizionario universale critico-enciclopedico della lingua italiana dell'abate Francesco D'Alberti di Villanuova. (1797-1805).

Drumann W., Genealogical history of Rome dall’articolo sul The London Quarterly Review N. CXII Giugno. (1836).

Dryden J., Virgil's Aeneid. (1697).

Eaton C. A., Rome in the Nineteenth Century: Containing a Complete Account of the Ruins of the Ancient City, the Remains of the Middle Ages, and the Monuments of Modern Times, with Remarks on the Fine Arts, on the State of Society, and on the Religious Ceremonies, Manners, and Customs, of the Modern Romans, in a Series of Letters Written During a Residence at Rome, in the Years 1817 and 1818. (1820).

Echard L., The Roman History. (1696).

Ferguson A., The History of the Progress and Termination of the Roman Republic. (1783).

Foscolo U., Essays on Petrarch. (1821).

Foscolo U., Le ultime lettere di Jacopo Ortis. (1802).

Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus, The Life of Nero from The Lives of the Twelve Caesars; An English Translation by Alexander Thomson. (1796).

Gaius Plinius Secundus, Naturalis Historia. (77-78 d.C.).

Galiffe J. A., Italy and its inhabitants; an account of a tour in that country in 1816 and 1817: containing a view of characters, manners, customs, governments, antiquities, literature, dialects, theatres, and the fine arts; with some remarks on the origin of Rome and of the Latin language. (1820).

Gell W., Pompeiana: the Topography, Edifices and Ornaments of Pompeii. (1817-1819).

Gibbon E., The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. (1776-1789).

Gilly W.S., Narrative of an Excursion to the Mountains of Piemont, in the Year MDCCCXXIII: And Researches Among the Vaudois, or Waldenses. (1827).

Gilly W. S., Waldensian Researches During a Second Visit to the Vaudois of Piemont: With an Introductory Inquiry Into the Antiquity and Purity of the Waldensian Church. (1831).

Goldsmith O., Pinnock's improved edition of Dr. Goldsmith's History of Rome. (1835).

Granville A. B., St. Petersburgh: A Journal of Travels to and from that Capital; Through Flanders, the Rhenich Provinces, Prussia, Russia, Poland, Silesia, Saxony, the Federated States of Germany, and France. (1828).

Life of Benvenuto Cellini, Retrospective Review, vol. IV. part 1., p. 1-20.

Landor W. S., The Pentameron and Pentalogia. (1837).

Lardner D., The History of Rome. (1834).

Macquer P., Annales Romaines ou abrégé chronologique de l'histoire romaine depuis la fondation de Rome jusqu'aux empereurs. (1756).

Malkin F., History of Greece from the earliest times to its final subjection to Rome. (1829).

Marcus Valerius Martialis, Epigrammata, paraphrasi et notis variorum selectissimis, ad usum serenissimi Delphini, interpretatus est Vincentius Collesso, J. C., numismatibus, historias atque ritus illustrantibus, exornavit Lud. Smids, M. D. (1701).

Martyn J., Bucolica et Georgica with an English Translation. (1829).

Middleton C., A letter from Rome, shewing the conformity between popery and paganism. (1729).

Morel F., Nuova collezione di vedute di Roma antiche, e moderne. Con alcune in pianta, alzato, e sezione, e le migliori statue in piccolo, che si trovano nelle galerie, chiese, musei, e piazze. (1818).

Morgagni G. B., Recherches anatomiques sur le siège et les causes des maladies. (1820-1824).

Niebuhr B. G., History of Rome. (1828).

Passalacqua G., Catalogue raisonné et historique des antiquités découvertes en Égypte par M. Joseph Passalacqua. (1826).

Publius Ovidius Nasone, The Art of Love. (1 A.C. - 1 D.C.)

Quintus Horatius Flaccus (Orazio), Oeuvres d'Horace en latin et en françois avec des remarques critiques et historiques par André Dacier. (1727).

Raffles T., Letters during a tour through some parts of France, Savoy, Switzerland, Germany, and the Netherlands in the summer of 1817. (1818).

Roby J., Seven Weeks in Belgium, Switzerland, Lombardy, Piedmont, Savoy. (1838).

Saint Nersēs Shnorhali, Preces sancti Nierses Armeniorum Patriarchae : Turcice, Graece, Latine, Italice, et Gallice redditae. (1815).

Sydney Lady M., Italy. (1821).

Smith J., Select views in Italy with topographical and historical descriptions, in English and French. (1816).

Stendhal, Promenades dans Rome. (1829).

Titus Livius, The Roman History by Titus Livius; with the Entire Supplement of John Freinsheim; Translated Into English, and Illustrated with Geographical and Chronological Notes. (1744).

Tiraboschi G., Storia della letteratura italiana. (1772-1782).

Tobin J. J., Journal of a tour made in the years 1828-1829, through Styria, Carniola, and Italy, whilst accompanying Sir Humphry Davy. (1832).

Vallardi G., Itinéraire d’Italie ou description des voyages par les routes les plus fréquentées qui conduisent aux principales villes d’Italie… avec des cartes géographiques, itineraries et postales. (1824).

Veneroni G., Veneronis Complete Italian Grammar. (1772).

Vieusseux A., Italy and the Italians in the Nineteenth Century. (1824).

Walker J., A Key to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper Names. (1793).

Williams H. W., Travels in Italy, Greece and the Ionian Islands. (1820).

Woods J., Letters of an Architect, from France, Italy, and Greece. (1828).

Ringraziamenti:

Grazie alla nostra Francesca Raia per la realizzazione di questo indice.

Grazie anche a Packed with Potential il cui contributo del Anne Lister’s bookshelf è stato d'aiuto nell'identificazione di alcuni libri italiani.

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