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Seductive Marco

“She hid from her enemies amid a seductive array of islands, 118 in all. Damp, dark, cloistered, and crowded, she perched on rocks and silt.” (11) So starts Laurence Bergreen’s book Marco Polo: From Venice to Xanadu. Venice is so … Continue reading

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