Music moves the passions; but poetry does so better, since its verses not only move the soul but impel men to every kind of virtue, deter them from vice, and are very efficacious in exercising and sharpening their minds.

Weinberg, Bernard: A History of Literary Criticism in the Italian Renaissance vol.I (1961)

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