„In you, I see the Dreams that I have always dreamed/longed for!“

in te ravviso --il sogno ch'io vorrei sempre sognar!
Rudolfo
Act I O Soave Fanciulla
La bohème (1896)

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in te ravviso --il sogno ch'io vorrei sempre sognar! (Rudolfo)

La bohème (1896)

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Kontext: I go back to the South not with a feeling that we are caught in a dark dungeon that will never lead to a way out. I go back believing that the new day is coming. And so this afternoon, I have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.
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