These Tasso and Guarini had had the good taste to avoid, but we have already had occasion to notice them in the case of Bonarelli.
It was so great a thing to have a pretext for approaching Count Guarini.
Guarini and Ariosto followed on their path with translations from the Latin made for special occasions.
There remain yet two distinguished names, Alfieri and Guarini.
Guarini was then in his twenty-eighth year, and had been a professor at Ferrara for the last eight years.
Respecting these ten years of Guarini's life but little has been recorded.
Guarini would not hear of this; litigated the matter before the tribunals of Venice, and prevailed.
But in comparison with others of that age Guarini is pure as snow.
Guarini, however, most probably borrowed the episode from the fifth canto of Tasso's Rinaldo.
The chamberlain obeyed her command, and Father Guarini entered.