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"Ah! how does thou change, Agnello!" (Canto XXV., lines 60-61)

by Gustave Dore

"Ah! how does thou change, Agnello!" (Canto XXV., lines 60-61) - Gustave Dore
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"Ah! how does thou change, Agnello!" (Canto XXV., lines 60-61) - Gustave Dore

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English: ""Ah! how does thou change, Agnello!" (Canto XXV., lines 60-61)" oil on Canvas.
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Gustave Dore

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