Sulla divina commedia di Dante Allighieri : parole di omaggio : recitate nella accademia dei concordi in Rovigo / dal socio corrispondente Gaetano Podestà.
- Venezia, : Co' Tipi Di Giovanni Cecchni e Comp., 1843.
, 6-22,  pages ; 24 cm
- Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.
Italian poetry -- 14th century.
Italian literature -- 14th century.
- Place of Publication:
- Italy Venice.
- "Podestà ends his appreciation of Dante with a savage rant against English writers, who are perfidiously distracting young Italians from studious appreciation of their national literary monuments. The two chief culprits are, unsurprisingly, Byron and Walter Scott. Byron is especially guilty, he ‘who caught in that poetic wave of sorrow and guilt a thousand immature minds … [which] senselessly lost sight of the epoch that could turn their spirit and blood into precious nourishment, gained by the potent intellect through study of the Commedia'"--Quaritch's July 2018 catalog.
- Title within single border; tite page vignette of two connecting laurel leaves.
Text within single border.
Pagination includes front fly leaf.
Imprint information also on back cover verso.
- Local notes:
- Kislak Center copy has original faded pink paper wrapper with design within single border in front; imprint information on back cover verso. Front cover also contains handwritten name? on top right hand corner in black ink.
- Penn Chronology:
- Giovanni Cecchni e Comp., (Firm), printer.