Words nearby Petrarch
How to use Petrarch in a sentence
It isn’t so much “I like long walks on the beach and reading in the evening,” but rather, “I belong to the tribe that reads Petrarch.”At the Met, beautiful paintings that won’t love you back|Philip Kennicott|June 24, 2021|Washington Post
Perhaps it sounded more forceful in the language of Dante and Petrarch, but fair enough.
The centenary of Petrarch celebrated at Avignon in 1874 tended to emphasize the importance and the glory of the new literature.
Petrarch, speaking of her and her young husband surrounded by Hungarians, refers to them as two lambs among wolves.
The climate of Avignon, though so strangely inveighed against by Petrarch, is at once healthy and salubrious.
Petrarch was truly an original; I know no one to whom he can be compared.
We next visited the convent of St. Claire, where Petrarch first beheld his mistress.