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" Therefore my answer is with greater care, That he may hear me who is weeping yonder, So that the sin and dole be of one measure. Not only by the work of those great wheels, That destine every seed unto some end, According as the stars are in conjunction... "
A Shadow of Dante - Page 194
by Maria Francesca Rossetti - 1889
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The divine comedy, tr. by H.W. Longfellow, Volume 2

Dante Alighieri - 1867
...eternal day, So that nor night nor sleep can steal from you One step the ages make upon their path ; 105 Therefore my answer is with greater care, That he...great wheels, That destine every seed unto some end, o According as the stars are in conjunction, But by the largess of celestial graces, Which have such...
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The Divine comedy of Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri - 1867 - 451 pages
...eternal day, So that nor night nor sleep can steal from you One step the ages make upon their path; 105 Therefore my answer is with greater care, That he...great wheels, That destine every seed unto some end, no According as the stars are in conjunction, But by the largess of celestial graces, Such had this...
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The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Volume 2

Dante Alighieri - 1867
...one measure. Not only by the work of those great wheels, That destine every seed unto some end, no According as the stars are in conjunction, But by...approaches not, Such had this man become in his new life s Potentially, that every righteous habit Would have made admirable proof in him ; But so much more...
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The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri - 1867 - 760 pages
...of one measure. Not only by the work of those great wheels, That destine every seed unto some end, m According as the stars are in conjunction, But by...largess of celestial graces, Which have such lofty vapours for their rain That near to them our sight approaches not, Such had this man become in his...
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The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri - 1867 - 760 pages
...caL re, That he may hear me who is weepiY.r''>? yonder, So that the sin and dole be of one me^isure. Not only by the work of those great wheels. That destine every seed unto some end, .bout, According as the stars are in conjunctio But by the largess of celestial graces, Which...
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The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Volume 2

Dante Alighieri - 1870
...eternal day, So that nor night nor sleep can steal from you One step the ages make upon their path ; ios Therefore my answer is with greater care, That he...approaches not, Such had this man become in his new life s Potentially, that every righteous habit Would have made admirable proof in him ; But so much more...
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The Divine Comedy, Volume 2

Dante Alighieri - 1870
...Therefore my answer is with greater care, That he may hear me who is weeping yonder, So that the sin'and dole be of one measure. Not only by the work of those...conjunction, But by the largess of celestial graces, Such had this man become in his new life us Potentially, that every righteous habit Would have made...
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Among My Books: First [-second] series, Volume 2

James Russell Lowell - 1870
...me, as it were rapt." t This passage exactly answers to another in Purgatario, XXX. 115 - 138 : " Not only by the work of those great wheels That destine...some end, According as the stars are in conjunction, Hut by the largess of celestial grace*, Such had this man become in his New Life Potentially, that...
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Review of The Shadow of Dante

James Russell Lowell, Maria F. Rosetti - 1872 - 71 pages
...answers to another in Purgatorio', XXX. 115 - 138 : " Not only by the work of those great wheela That destine every seed unto some end, According as...conjunction, But by the largess of celestial graces, Suoh had this man become in his New Life Potentially, that every righteous habit Would have made admirable...
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The North American Review, Volume 115

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American fiction - 1872
...me, as it were rapt." f This passage exactly answers to another in Purgatorio, XXX. 115 - 138 : " Not only by the work of those great wheels That destine every seed unto some nd, According as the stars are in conjunction, But by the largess of celestial graces, Such had this...
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