... only paying attention to the words ? But at last when I had turned and fixed my thoughts on the thing itself, the state of my soul changed altogether, and both astonishment and chagrin fled away. . . . "You tell me that this holy man had a vision... Petrarch: His Life and Times - Page 237by Henry Calthrop Hollway-Calthrop - 1907 - 319 pagesFull view
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..." You tell me," he says, " that this holy man had a vision of our Lord, and so was able to discern all truth — a great sight for mortal eyes to see....we not known this tale of a vision made a cloak for an imposture ! And having visited you this messenger proposed, I understand, to go to Naples, thence...