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 Topic: Dante's eclogues

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JohnLinds  



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Posted: 5 Apr 2006, 4:34 am    Post subject: Dante's eclogues Reply with quote

By accident I fuond a reference in the Encyclopedia Britannica to these, and then on the ULRLS catalgue a couple of pointers, but it appears they have almost disappeared without trace. Google is singularly unhelpful.

By accident again, using Dante and eclogue I found poggioli's Oaten flute, which has in the contents page a dante, and elsewhere an ecolgue, so that it was returned is an error. he died (Pog that is) in 1965. I wonder whether anything is known about him?
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