Excerpt from Francesca Da Rimini: A Tragedy
The children, of whom there were six, three boys and three girls, alternating with each other in the order of their birth, were educated with the aid of tutors at home - which home was changed, first to Turin, and finally to Milan, ... where the father had been restored to a place in the civil government.
This education of the children under the devoted care of these excellent people, in an atmosphere of religion, learning, and the purest domestic love, told with beautiful effect on both the mind and heart of silvio and left a distinct impress on his whole life and work.
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