Petrarch’s The Ascent of Mount Ventoux

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To Dionisio da Borgo San Sepolcro

At the time fixed we left the house, and by evening reached Malaucene, which lies at the foot of the mountain, to the north. Having rested there a day, we finally made the ascent this morning, with no companions except two servants; and a most difficult task it was.

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