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Jerusalem Delivered

By Tasso, Torquato

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Book Id: WPLBN0000663996
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Jerusalem Delivered  
Author: Tasso, Torquato
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Literature and history, Literature & philosophy
Collections: Penn State University's Electronic Classics Series Collection
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Publisher: Penn State University's Electronic Classics

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Tasso, T. (n.d.). Jerusalem Delivered. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


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Excerpt: Jerusalem Delivered (Gerusalemme Liberata) by Torquato Tasso (first pub. Parma, Italy 1581), translated by Edward Fairfax (London 1600).

Table of Contents
Index A A blow felled Artaxerxes, with a thrust 466 A branch of Est there in the Guelfian tree 392 A bugle small he winded loud and shrill, 162 ?A burning fire, so are those deserts charmed, 307 A Christian once, Macon he now adores, 27 A dreadful thunder-clap at last he heard, 402 A false Armenian did this squadron guide, 380 A gallant steed, while thus the Soldan said, 227 A hard division, when the harmless sheep 40 A hollow cave was in the craggy stone, 234 ?A knight of Genes shall have the hardiment 344 A little higher on the way they met 349 A mass of solid fire burning bright 280 A messenger to Godfrey sage doth tell 179 A messenger, while thus he mused, drew near, 117 A mount of ruins, and of shafts a wood 416 A murdered body huge beside him stood, 194 A Pagan damsel there unwares he met, 15 ?A Pagan therefore thee I fostered have, 278 ?A pinnace take thee swift as shaft from bow, 20 A privy door Ismen unlocked at last, 235 ?A rumbling sound amid the waters deep 331 A secret place they found in one of those, 347 A shadow, blacker than the mirkest night, 370 A shepherd fair Erminia entertains, 148

 
 



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