The New International Encyclopædia/Gnoli, Domenico

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The New International Encyclopædia
Gnoli, Domenico
Edition of 1906. See also Domenico Gnoli on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

GNOLI, nyō'lḗ, Domenico (1839—). An Italian author, born in Rome. He attracted public attention by his volume of poems published under the pseudonym of ‘Dario Gaddi,’ and a collection of critical essays, Odi Tiberine. He was professor of Italian literature at Turin, and in 1893 was made prefect of the Library Vittorio Emanuele at Rome. He collaborated on the Nuova Antologia, and founded and was an editor of the Archivio Storico dell' Arte. His translations include the Römische Elegien of Goethe, and various other German classics. Many of his original essays were published in the Nuova Antologia. His other writings are: E morto il re (1882); Canto dei pellegrini alla tomba del gran re (1883); Le opere di Donatello in Roma; Il banco d'Agostino Chigi.