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1) Paradise. Canto XIX. Dante Alighieri. 1909-14. The Divine Comedy. The Harvard Classics
...in the books, according to their works. —Rev. xx. 12. [back] Note 5. Albert. Purgatory, Canto vi. 98. [back] Note 6. Prague. The eagle predicts the devastation of...

2) Paradise. Canto XXXII. Dante Alighieri. 1909-14. The Divine Comedy. The Harvard Classics
...redemption by the death of Christ. [back] Note 4. Bishop of Hippo, fourth century. See also Canto x. 117. [back] Note 5. Francis. See Canto xi. [back] Note 6. Benedict....

3) Purgatory. Canto VII. Dante Alighieri. 1909-14. The Divine Comedy. The Harvard Classics
...of Alexandria and his war Makes Montferrat and Canavese weep. Note 1. Limbo. See Hell, Canto iv. 24. [back] Note 2. Faith, Hope, and Charity. [back] Note 3. The rest....

4) Purgatory. Canto XXIII. Dante Alighieri. 1909-14. The Divine Comedy. The Harvard Classics
...word (H)OMO—man], and the eyes the two O s. [back] Note 3. A brother of Piccarda. See also Canto xxiv. and Paradise, Canto iii. Cionacci is referred to by Lombardi,...

5) Paradise. Canto V. Dante Alighieri. 1909-14. The Divine Comedy. The Harvard Classics
... ARGUMENT.—The question proposed in the last Canto is answered. Dante ascends with Beatrice to the planet Mercury, which is the second heaven; and here he finds a...

6) Paradise. Canto XI. Dante Alighieri. 1909-14. The Divine Comedy. The Harvard Classics
...which he perceived to have risen in Dante s mind from what he had heard in the last Canto. O FOND anxiety of mortal men! How vain and inconclusive arguments Are those,...

7) Paradise. Canto XIII. Dante Alighieri. 1909-14. The Divine Comedy. The Harvard Classics
...the crown of Ariadne, and moving round in opposite directions. [back] Note 2. See Hell, Canto xxix. 45. [back] Note 3. Thomas Aquinas. [back] Note 4. St. Francis....

8) Paradise. Canto XV. Dante Alighieri. 1909-14. The Divine Comedy. The Harvard Classics
...with Rome in the grandeur of her public buildings. [back] Note 9. Bellincion Berti. Hell, Canto xvi. 38, and notes. And observe that in the time of the said people...

9) Paradise. Canto XXII. Dante Alighieri. 1909-14. The Divine Comedy. The Harvard Classics
...Beatrice, it is supposed, intimates the approaching fate of Boniface VIII. See Purgatory, Canto xx. 86. [back] Note 2. A castle in the Terra di Lavoro. [back] Note...

10) Inferno [Hell]. Canto VI. Dante Alighieri. 1909-14. The Divine Comedy. The Harvard Classics
...great foe, we found. Note 1. When that great worm, descried us he opened his jaws. In Canto xxxiv. Lucifer is called The abhorred worm, that boreth through the world....

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