its ical despair of any good in human nature forces itself vivi y upon our notice. ... issecting the dead bod of Italy, and inting out the symptoms of her manifol diseasa with this indifferent anal sis of one who has no moral sensibility. ... He takes as much pains in laying bare the trifling causes of a pett war with Pisa as in probing the deepseated ulcer of t e papacy. ... To these may be added a series of short essays, entitled Disooma#39; Politics, composed during Guicciardinia#39;s Spanish legation.
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