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Dante Alighieri's poetic masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, is a moving human drama, an unforgettable visionary journey through the infinite torment of Hell. Free Books of Italian Literature in English, PDF, ePub, Mobi, Fb2, Azw3, site. The Divine Comedy is an epic poem written by Dante Alighieri between and his death in and is divided into three parts: Inferno, Purgatorio, and Par. .

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The Divine Comedy: Hell Author: Dante Alighieri. The text of this work is in the "Public Domain" in Australia.

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Purgatory Author: Paradise Author: Inferno Author: Dante Alighieri, ; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Ticknor and Fields. Book Contributor: I can taste the ocean.

Both are silent for a long moment. Was that not life?

He wonders if humankind feels like this all the time. It must be lonely. However do humans cope? I like Earth quite well, thanks.

No one has ever done what they have done before. But God has not come down to reprimand them. The cottage overlooks a bluff. Crowley likes that part the best.

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The grass extends all the way to the edge of the bluff and gives way to the white rock face of the chalk hills. On their second day of occupying the cottage, they shed their shoes and socks[ 6 ] and make for the beach below.

The sand is not soft like it would be on the white sand beaches along the Gulf of Mexico not is it as pristine as the sands on the beaches of the Seychelles or Grace Bay, but more akin to chalk dust, rocky bits, and dirt. The water in the channel is not warm by any stretch of the imagination, but Aziraphale still takes the time to wade up to his ankles in it.

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Crowley watches him with something akin to fondness in his eyes, though one could never tell with the sunglasses obscuring them. They return to the cottage when the sun begins to dip.

Nearly every surface is covered with a box. Both are hesitant to miracle their contents to their correct spaces, what with the averted apocalypse having happened so recently and their respective Head Offices so fresh in their minds. Both Aziraphale and Crowley eschew the armchairs in favor of the couch.

We have always had a purpose, a goal to work toward. Many the animals with whom she weds, And more they shall be still, until the Greyhound Comes, who shall make her perish in her pain. He shall not feed on either earth or pelf, But upon wisdom, and on love and virtue; 'Twixt Feltro and Feltro shall his nation be; Of that low Italy shall he be the saviour, On whose account the maid Camilla died, Euryalus, Turnus, Nisus, of their wounds; Through every city shall he hunt her down, Until he shall have driven her back to Hell, There from whence envy first did let her loose.

Therefore I think and judge it for thy best Thou follow me, and I will be thy guide, And lead thee hence through the eternal place, Where thou shalt hear the desperate lamentations, Shalt see the ancient spirits disconsolate, Who cry out each one for the second death; And thou shalt see those who contented are Within the fire, because they hope to come, Whene'er it may be, to the blessed people; To whom, then, if thou wishest to ascend, A soul shall be for that than I more worthy; With her at my departure I will leave thee; Because that Emperor, who reigns above, In that I was rebellious to his law, Wills that through me none come into his city.

He governs everywhere, and there he reigns; There is his city and his lofty throne; O happy he whom thereto he elects! Canto II Day was departing, and the embrowned air Released the animals that are on earth From their fatigues; and I the only one Made myself ready to sustain the war, Both of the way and likewise of the woe, Which memory that errs not shall retrace.

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O Muses, O high genius, now assist me! O memory, that didst write down what I saw, Here thy nobility shall be manifest!

And I began: Thou sayest, that of Silvius the parent, While yet corruptible, unto the world Immortal went, and was there bodily. But if the adversary of all evil Was courteous, thinking of the high effect That issue would from him, and who, and what, To men of intellect unmeet it seems not; For he was of great Rome, and of her empire In the empyreal heaven as father chosen; The which and what, wishing to speak the truth, Were stablished as the holy place, wherein Sits the successor of the greatest Peter.

Upon this journey, whence thou givest him vaunt, Things did he hear, which the occasion were Both of his victory and the papal mantle. Thither went afterwards the Chosen Vessel, To bring back comfort thence unto that Faith, Which of salvation's way is the beginning.

But I, why thither come, or who concedes it? Therefore, if I resign myself to come, I fear the coming may be ill-advised; Thou'rt wise, and knowest better than I speak.Read this book online.

Hell Author: The cottage overlooks a bluff. Why climb'st thou not the Mount Delectable, Which is the source and cause of every joy?

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