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Creator:Gaspare Gozzi

Title

L'Utopia e la Città del Sole

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versioni italiane nuovamente rivedute e tradotte aggiuntavi "La storia del reame degli orsi"

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G. Daelli e Comp. editori

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Milan

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Italian

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Italiano: L'Utopia e la Citta del Sole, di Tommaso Moro e Tommaso Campanella, nella traduzione di Gaspare Gozzi, Milano, 1863
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