The Divine Comedy: the Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso: A New Translation Into English Blank Verse by Lawrence Grant White, with Illustrations by Gustave Doré

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Pantheon Books, 1948 - 188 pages
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Contents

Invocation of the Muses Dantes Misgivings Virgil relieves
3
The Tomb of AnaSlasius Virgil describes the Divisions of the Infernal City
18
The Violent against Nature Brunetto Latini Francesco dAccorso
25
The Sorcerers and Diviners their Faces twisted Backwards
34
Dante describes the Condition of Romagna to Guido da Montefeltro
47
Invocation The Four Stars Cato of Utica Virgil washes Dantes Cheeks with Dew pa GE
65
The Dawn The Angel Pilot Casella
67
The Foot of the Mountain Souls of the Excommunicated Manfred
68
Omberto Aldobrandeschi Oderisi dAgobbio Provenzano Salvani
83
Sculptures on the Pavement depicting Examples of Pride The Angel of Humility Ascent to the Second Circle
84
The Second Circle The Envious Sapia of Siena
86
Guido del Duca Rinieri da Calboli
88
Ascent to the Third Circle The Angry
90
Marco Lombardo speaks of the sad State of Lombardy
92
Dantes Visions of Examples of Anger Ascent to the Fourth Circle Accidia The Slothful
94
Virgils Discourse on Love The Abbot of San Zeno
96

Ascent to the Firsl Outer Circle of AntiPurgatorio The Negligent who postponed Repentance till the Lasl Hour Belacqua
70
Those who died by Violence but repentant Jacopo del Cassero Buonconte da Montefeltro Pia de Tolomei
72
The Efficacy of Prayer Sordello
74
The Vale of Flowers The Souls of Princes who delayed their Repentance
75
The Guardian Angels The Serpent Nino Visconti of Gallura Conrad Malaspina
77
Dantes Dream of the Eagle Entrance into Purgatory
79
The First Circle of Purgatory The Proud The Sculptures on the Wall depicting Humility
81
Dantes Dream of the Siren The Fifth Circle The Avaricious Pope Adrian V
97
Hugh Capet The Earthquake
99
The Poet Statius
101
Ascent to the Sixth Circle The Gluttonous The Voice in the Tree
103
Forese DonatiHis Discourse upon the Women of Florence
105
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