Carducci prints both in his excellent edition of Poliziano's Italian poems.
With this conclusion Carducci—and no finer critic ever lived—is in agreement.
Speaking of the Favola, Carducci says: 'lo stile è quel nobile del Giraldi.'
It is different with the theory advanced by Carducci in the essay already mentioned.
Michelangelo foresaw his treason and confided his suspicions to Carducci.
The remark is Rossi's, and, though strongly controverted by Carducci, appears to me absolutely true.
Carducci, the Tennyson of Italy, was with him, and seemed irritated.
Varchi, while no less alive to the insecurity of Carducci's policy, was animated with a more democratic spirit.
These and others have since been examined by Carducci, with the result that it is possible, at least partially, to bridge the gap.
In 1871 he settled at Florence, where he translated the poems of Carducci.