• E. H. Carr


Bakunin had come to Italy an ardent disciple of Italian nationalism. After a short halt at Turin, he and Antonia were received in Genoa by Bertani, Garibaldi’s principal lieutenant in Northern Italy; and their first duty on Italian soil was to make a pilgrimage to Caprera, where the protagonist of Italian freedom —now an almost legendary figure—lived in retirement with a small colony of faithful supporters.


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