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Torquato Tasso

Sixteenth-century Italian poet who’s most remembered for the 1580 work entitled La Gerusalemme Liberata. His mom died under incomprehensible situations when he was youthful. He experienced mental disease and was restricted to an asylum in St. Anna for seven years. He was created into a commendable family members in Sorrento and was the kid of poet Bernardo Tasso. His stay static in a mental organization was the main topic of Lord Byron’s poem “The Lament of Tasso.”

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