„For 'tis impossible
Hate to return with love.“

Che amar chi t'odia, ell'è impossibil cosa.
Polinice, II, 4; reported in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations (1922), p. 464.

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Amar chi t'odia, ell'è impossibil cosa.

Источник: Da Polinice, II, 4, 211. Citato in Dizionario delle citazioni, a cura di Italo Sordi, BUR, 1992. ISBN 14603-X

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