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By Dante Alighier, Arthur John Butler

This Elibron Classics variation is a facsimile reprint of a 1892 variation through Macmillan and Co., London and big apple.

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We entered in there without any conflict; and I, who had a desire to behold the condition which such a fortress enlocks, so soon as I was within, send my eye around; and I see on every hand a great champaign filled with woe and with torment of sin. As at Arles, where the Rhone makes a swamp, as at Pola, hard by the Quarnero which shuts Italy in and bathes its confines, the sepulchers make all the place uneven, so did they there on every side, save that there the fashion was harsher; for among the tombs flames were scattered, by the which they were so wholly heated that no craft soever demands iron more so.

Ah! how they made them stir their stumps at the first strokes; and none awaited longer the second or the third. ’ Therefore I stayed my feet to make him out; and the kind Leader halted with me, and gave leave for me to go back somewhat. ’ And he to me: ‘Unwillingly do I tell it; but thy clear words compel me, which make me remember the ancient world. I was the one that brought the fair Ghisola to do the will of the Marquis, however the unseemly tale be told. ’ I joined myself again with my escort; afterwards with few paces we came where a rock jutted from the bank.

When the fierce soul parts from the body whence it has torn itself away, Minos sends it to the seventh entry. It falls in the wood, and no part is selected for it; but in the place where fortune shoots it, there it sprouts like a grain of spelt. It rises to a sapling, and to a woodland plant; the Harpies, feeding thereafter from its leaves, cause woe, and make for the woe an outlet. Like the others, we shall come for our spoils, but not to the end that any may again be clad there-with; for it is not just that a man have that which he takes from himself.

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