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Renaissance In Italy Volume 1 (Of 7)

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Renaissance In Italy Volume 1 (Of 7)

The Word Renaissance Has Of Late Years Received A More Extended
Significance Than That Which Is Implied In Our English Equivalent--The
Revival Of Learning. We Use It To Denote The Whole Transition From The
Middle Ages To The Modern World; And Though It Is Possible To Assign
Certain Limits To The Period During Which This Transition Took Place, We
Cannot Fix On Any Dates So Positively As To Say--Between This Year And
That The Movement Was Accomplished. To Do So Would Be Like Trying To
Name The Days On Which Spring In Any Particular Season Began And Ended
Yet We Speak Of Spring As Different From Winter And From Summer. The
Truth Is, That In Many Senses We Are Still In Mid-Renaissance.

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