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A national literature is a subject which should always be approached with reverence. It is difficult to comprehend fully the mind of a nation, even when that nation still lives, and we can visit it—and its present history, and the lives of men we know, help us to a comment on the written text. But here the dead alone speak.”—Longfellow.
Livre de Lyon
Italian language, Italina grammar
Italian Linguistics | Language and Literacy Education | Linguistics | Modern Languages | Other Italian Language and Literature
Atkinson, Robert, "The Italian Language" (2020). Philology. 12.