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Text:"... and Fates (Harper) ; The Steppingstone (Constable), serial in Temple Bar ; Nostalgia, trans, from the Italian of GraziaDeledda (Chapman Hall), serial in Fortnightly Rev.; Ashes, trans, from the Italian of G..."
Date:1927
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Text:"...) ; Mr. Bryants Mistake ; The Princess Royal (Bentley) ; Our Wills and Fates (Harper) ; The Steppingstone (Constable), serial in Temple Bar ; Nostalgia, trans, from the Italian of GraziaDeledda (Chapman..."
Date:1922
Place:London, England
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Text:"... time in its 25 years of history, the Nobel prize for litera-, ture has beer, awarded to a -woman. I It Is an Italian woman who has won the coveted honor this year. GraziaDeledda. a native of Sardinia..."
Date:Mar 9 1928
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... time in its fue vepis' mstoij the Nobel prize for liteiature has been awarded to a woman It is an Italian wntei who has Just von the coveted GraziaDeledda, a native of Saidinia greatest book..."
Date:Dec 2 1927
Publication:Decatur, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... has been awarded to a woman. It is an Italian woman who has won the coveted honor this year. GraziaDeledda. a native of Sardinia, whose greatest book, in the opinion of many, critics, is “The Mother..."
Date:Mar 9 1928
Publication:New Castle, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... (Macmillan). GraziaDeledda is the winner of th*- Nobel prize in literature, and is one of the nv.*st loved figures in Italy. Pirandello has called “The Mother” the greatest story w’ritten in Italy in recent..."
Date:Sep 13 1928
Publication:Canyon, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... of Sardinia has been brought into tho rcaln} of literature by the writings of one of its natives, GraziaDeledda. So forcefully and vividly has MadameDeledda painted the life of this little country that she..."
Date:Sep 26 1935
Publication:Sandusky, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... seem tame and twany beside it-"The Mother," written by Gr,zia Deledda (Macmillan). GraziaDeledda is the winner of the Nobel prize in literature, and is one of the most loved figures in Italy. Pirandello..."
Date:Sep 14 1928
Publication:Stilwell, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"... incorporates it in his remarks when he says, Much obliged.^ ROUND FLATS Germany, which likes to do things THE MOTHER By GraziaDeledda Translated from the Italian by MARY G. STEEGMAN (Courtesy of Elizabeth Ames..."
Date:Aug 18 1928
Publication:Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States of America
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Text:"...- sided WON NOBEL GAVE IT ALL AWAY ROME August GraziaDeledda Italian authoress died to-day aged sixty MissDeledda won the prize in 1928 She devoted tht money more than to her family humble Sardinian..."
Date:Sep 2 1936
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... the reader see it with perfect comprehension. Then there is that perfect jewel that makes all other books seem tame and twany beside it—'‘The Mother,” written by GraziaDeledda (Macmillan). GraziaDeledda..."
Date:Sep 13 1928
Publication:Tulia, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... and Carte i foolish and hodge-podge. So look at what you ke and enjoy yourself. e^hel L. Maxwell. BOOK CHAT By Ethel L. Maxwell The Mother, by GraziaDeledda, which won le Nobel prize last year, has been well..."
Date:Between 1927 and 1929
Place:San Francisco, California, USA
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Text:"...WELLESLEY COLLEGE NEWS Biblio File The Mother (La Madre) . GraziaDeledda, Macmillan Company, New York. 1928. $2.00. In The Mother we have perhaps greatest piece of writing by GraziaDeledda, winner..."
Date:1901
Publication place:Wellesley, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... has been awarded to a woman. It is an Italian writer who has just won the coveted honor - GraziaDeledda, a native of Sardinia, whose greatest book, in the opinion of many critics, is The Mother (La..."
Date:1927
Place:North Carolina, USA
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Text:".... The informal and reportorial style of writing used makes the book easy reading and it is well worth while, even for the busy person. Branson Prjce Danie^ 22. The Mother. By GraziaDeledda. New York..."
Date:1928
Place:North Carolina, USA
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Text:"... Mann German 1928: Sigrid Undset Nor- wegian (born in Denmark) 1927: Henri Bergson French 1926: GraziaDeledda Italian 1925: George Bernard Shaw (1856- British (born in Ireland) 1924: Ladislaus S. Reymont..."
Date:Oct 8 1986
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"...* Deledda. (John Lane. 6s.) The extraordinary vogue whi^ GraziaDeledda’s stories have secured amongst Italians quite justifies Mr. John Lane’s publication of this translation—the work of Mi^ Helen Hester..."
Date:May 26 1908
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... DelocUla, a native of the Island of Sardinia, takes her plaoe with Seima in that com- pany of notables, as writer of a book declared to bo great. If you wonder where GraziaDeledda, foiemobt novelist..."
Date:Nov 22 1927
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... Although studded with outstanding namesa list of the Swedish academys favorite authorsthis century makes frequently dismal reading Rudolf Eucken Carl Spitteler GraziaDeledda Johannes Jensen Nelly Sachs How..."
Date:Sep 9 1973
Publication:Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America