Beacon Lights of History Volume III, Part 2

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - History - 212 pages
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Michael Angelo Buonarroti--one of the Great Lights of the new civilization--may stand as the most fitting representative of reviving art in Europe; also as an illustrious example of those virtues which dignify intellectual pre-eminence. He was superior, in all that is sterling and grand in character, to any man of his age, --certainly in Italy; exhibiting a rugged, stern greatness which reminds us of Dante, and of other great benefactors; nurtured in the school of sorrow and disappointment, leading a checkered life, doomed to envy, ingratitude, and neglect; rarely understood, and never fully appreciated even by those who employed and honored him.

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Lord is a researcher, writer and community developer. He is founder and former coordinator of the Centre for Research and Education.

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