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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Selected Letters, Volume 1Selected Letters, Volume 1Petrarca, Francesco
Fantham, Elaine
HARDCOVER02/20/2017$35.00
Cover: Selected Letters, Volume 2Selected Letters, Volume 2Petrarca, Francesco
Fantham, Elaine
HARDCOVER02/20/2017$35.00
Cover: My Secret BookMy Secret BookPetrarca, Francesco
Mann, Nicholas
HARDCOVER06/13/2016$35.00
Cover: Sonnets and Shorter PoemsSonnets and Shorter PoemsPetrarch, Francesco
Slavitt, David R.
HARDCOVER02/01/2012$40.00
Cover: InvectivesInvectivesPetrarca, Francesco
Marsh, David
PAPERBACK09/30/2008$19.50
Cover: InvectivesInvectivesPetrarca, Francesco
Marsh, David
HARDCOVER02/17/2004$35.00
Cover: Petrarch’s Lyric Poems: The <i>Rime Sparse</i> and Other LyricsPetrarch’s Lyric Poems: The Rime Sparse and Other LyricsPetrarch, Francesco
Durling, Robert M.
PAPERBACK05/15/1979$38.00
Cover: Lord Morley's <i>Tryumphes of Fraunces Petrarcke</i>: The First English Translation of the <i>Trionfi</i>Lord Morley's Tryumphes of Fraunces Petrarcke: The First English Translation of the TrionfiPetrarch, Francesco
Morley
Carnicelli, D. D.
E-DITION01/01/1971$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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