By Chiara Zuccarini
Raccolta monografica sul celebre poeta latino, tratta dai Volumi I e II degli Annali degli Abruzzi di A. L. Antinori (XVIII secolo) sulla base della trascrizione integrale del manoscritto.
Questo booklet si inserisce all'interno di un vasto ed ambizioso progetto editoriale, che si propone lo scopo di divulgare l. a. portentosa opera storica attraverso los angeles realizzazione di brevi ed agili monografie sugli argomenti maggiormente approfonditi dall'autore; nel tentativo di andare a colmare l. a. lacuna rappresentata dalla mancanza di uníedizione critica completa, di cui si auspica una prossima realizzazione.
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