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Letters of Old Age: Rerum Senilium Libri, I-XVIII (Letters of Old Age) 2 Volume Set


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"This is a magisterial project which by making an essential part of the Petrarchan corpus accessible in English in its entirety has fittingly crowned the many years of effort that went into it."--Fred J. Nichols, Manuscripta

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