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    ForR, 10, Grossi -- I Lombardi all prima Crociata, 238 - 256, Jan 1828, Antonio Panizzi, Attributed by Louis Fagan, The Life of Sir Anthony Panizzi (London: 1880, I:74.). Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]

    ForR, 23, Botta's Histories and Historical Veracity, 490 - 517, Apr 1828, Antonio Panizzi, Attributed by Louis Fagan, The Life of Sir Anthony Panizzi (London: 1880, I: 74-76). Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]

    ForR, 42, Rossetti's Dante, 175 - 195, Aug 1828, Antonio Panizzi, Panizzi translated this article into Italian; a letter from J.A. Carlyle identifies this article as by Panizzi. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]

    ForR, 72, Italian Comedy, 190 - 216, Jan 1829, Antonio Panizzi, Advertisement for this issue claims Panizzi as a contributor. This article seems to have been written by an Italian. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]

    ForR, 96, Pecchio -- The Political Economists of Italy, 201 - 212, Jul 1829, Antonio Panizzi, Claimed by author of ForR 105. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]

    ForR, 105, Modern Italian Comedy, 408 - 438, Oct 1829, Antonio Panizzi, Writer is Italian; this is the article promised in ForR 72. Eileen M. Curran, VPR 24 (1991): 119-136. [review]

    ForR, 117, Niccolini’s works, 180 - 187, Nov 1829, Antonio Panizzi, prob., Proposes future article on ‘Italian tragedy generally’; Panizzi had already written 2 articles on Italian comedy. Panizzi’s ‘strong’ language: a most impudent forgery’ (186; see ‘impudent forgeries’ in #42, p. 178, by Panizzi). [review] (08/06)

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