I had already passed my thirty-fourth year when I returned thence to the Fountain of the Sorgue, and to my transalpine solitude. I had made a long stay both in Parma and Verona, and everywhere I had, I am thankful to say, been treated with much greater...
Petrarch, the First Modern Scholar and Man of Letters: A Selection from His ... - Page 74
by Francesco Petrarca - 1898 - 436 pages
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