Definition of Goldoni
1. Noun. Prolific Italian dramatist (1707-1793).
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Literary usage of Goldoni
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1. European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and by Barrett Harper Clark (1918)
"CARLO Goldoni Carlo Goldoni was born at Venice in 1707. ... Although Goldoni admired Molière and often tried to emulate if not imitate him, his plays are ..."
2. Studies of the Eighteenth Century in Italy by Vernon Lee (1908)
"Goldoni AND THE REALISTIC COMEDY Goldoni was born at Venice, in a house at the corner of the via Cà Cent' anni, in the parish of St. Thomas, somewhere in ..."
3. Cambridge University Magazine (1840)
"Goldoni. IT is astonishing that the surpassing merits of Goldoni are known only to so few ... To give a brief account of Goldoni, and to notice a few of his ..."
4. The Masterpieces and the History of Literature: Analysis, Criticism by Julian Hawthorne, John Russell Young, Oliver Herbrand Gordon Leigh, John Porter Lamberton (1906)
"In a letter to Goldoni himself the sage of Ferney declared, "Painter and son of ... Goldoni strove to reform this rude art. " I had no rivals to combat," he ..."
5. Historical View of the Literature of the South of Europe by Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde Sismondi, Thomas Roscoe (1846)
"We may, likewise, consider Goldoni as entitled to praise for having placed the ... Goldoni is universally allowed, by the people of Italy, to be the great ..."
6. The World's Progress: With Illustrative Texts from Masterpieces of Egyptian by Delphian Society, Ida Ethelwyn Wing (1911)
"In a letter to Goldoni himself the sage of Ferney declared, ... Besides, Goldoni found it hard to get actors capable enough to perform anything outside of ..."