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Gaspara Stampa
Incisione di Felicita Sartori su disegno di Daniel Antonio Bertoli (1738)
Chalcography by Felicita Sartori from the portrait by Daniel Antonio Bertoli (1738)

Gaspara Stampa (1523–1554)

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Gaspara Stampa, one of the great women poets of the Italian Renaissance, was renowned for her beauty and intelligence. She published only three poems in her lifetime; the rest were published posthumously by her sister in a volume called Stampa's Rime, containing 311 poems. Harold Bloom counts her works among the most important of the Western canon.
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