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'There had been a time when [...] [Gabriel Harvey] had been a pure Ciceronian [...] He had then come across the "Ciceronianus" of Sambucus -- that had led him to the "Ciceronianus"of Ramus [...] He now read Caesar, Varro, Sallust, Livy, Pliny and Columella, and found merits in all.'

Century: 1500-1599     Reader/Listener/Group: Gabriel Harvey      Print: Book


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