„I wanted, I always wanted, I wanted so intensely.“

Volli, sempre volli, fortissimamente volli.
Risposta dell'autore alla lettera di Ranieri de' Calzabigi, 1783

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Volli, sempre volli, fortissimamente volli.

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Источник: Nel 1999, la Zecca dello Stato italiano, in occasione del 250° anniversario della nascita del poeta, ha emesso una moneta in argento 835/1000, del peso di 14,60 g, diametro 31,40 mm, con l'effigie di Vittorio Alfieri e al verso il celebre motto in questa forma (tiratura 51.800 pezzi; vedi immagine della moneta).
Источник: Da Risposta dell'autore alla lettera di Ranieri de' Calzabigi, 1783.

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