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CANTO XV. Page

The Violent against Nature. —
Brunetto Latini ... 47

CANTO XVI.

Guidoguerra, Aldobrandi, and
Rusticucci. — Cataract of the
River of Blood ... 50

CANTO XVII. p

Geryon.—The Violent against Art.
—Usurers.—Descent into the
Abyss of Malebolge ... 53

CANTO XVIII.

The Eighth Circle: Malebolge.—
The Fraudulent. — The First
Bolgia: Seducers and Panders.-—
Venedico Caccianimico.—Jason.
—The Second Bolgia: Flatterers.
—Allessio Interminelli.—Thais 56

CANTO XIX.

The Third .Bolgia: the Simoniacs.
—Pope Nicholas III. . . 59

CANTO XX.

The Fourth Bolgia: Soothsayers.
—Amphjaraiis, Tiresias, Aruns,
Manto, Eryphylus, Michael
Scott, Guido Bonatti, and Asdente 62

CANTO XXI.

The Fifth Bolgia: Peculators.—
The Elder of Santa Zita.—
Malebranche .... 65

CANTO XXII.

Ciampolo, Friar Gomita, and Mi-
chael Zanche .... 68

CANTO XXIII.

The Sixth Bolgia: Hypocrites.—
Catalano and Loderingo.—Cai-
aphas 72

CANTO XXIV.
The Seventh Bolgia: Thieves.—
Vanni Fucci 75

CANTO XXV. Page

Agnello Brunelleschi, Buoso degli
Abati, Puccio Sciancato, Cianfa
de' Donati, and Guercio Caval-
canti 79

CANTO XXVI.

The Eighth Bolgia: Evil Counsel-
lors.—Ulysses and Diomed . 82

CANTO XXVII.
Guido da Montefeltro ... 85

CANTO XXVIII.

The Ninth Bolgia: Schismatics.—
Mahomet and Ali. — Pier da
Medicina, Curio, Mosca, and
Bertrand de Born Sg

CANTO XXIX.
The Tenth Bolgia: Alchemists--
Griffolino d' Arezzo and Capoc-
chio 92

CANTO XXX.

Other Falsifiers or Forgers. —
Gianni Schicchi, Myrrha, Adam
of Brescia, Potiphar's Wife, and
Sinon of Troy .... 95

CANTO XXXI.

The Giants, Nimrod, Ephialtes,
and Antaeus . . . -99

CANTO XXXII.

The Ninth Circle: the Frozen
Lake of Cocytus.—First Divi-
sion, Caina: Traitors to their
Kindred.—Camicion de' Pazzi.
—Second Division, Antenora:
Traitors to their Country. —
Bocca degli Abati and Buoso da
Duera 102

CANTO XXXIII.

Count Ugolino and the Archbishop
Ruggieri.—Third Division of the
Ninth Circle, Ptolomaea: Traitors
to their Friends.—Friar Albe-
rigo, Branco d' Oria . . 105

CANTO XXXIV. Page
Fourth Division of the Ninth
Circle, thejudeccas Traitors to
their Lords and benefactors. —
Lucifer, Judas Iscariot, Brutus,
and Cassius . 109

NOTES 113

ILLUSTRATIONS:

L'Ottimo Comento . . . 19S

Villani's Notice of Dante . . 198

Letter of Frate Ilario . . 199

Passage from the Convito . . 200

Dante's Letter to a Friend . 200

Illustrations— (continued). page
Portraits of Dante . . . 200
Boccaccio's Account of the Com-
media 205

The Posthumous Dante . . 207
The Scholastic Philosophy . 209
Homer's Odyssey, Book XI. . 210
Virgil's Aeneid, Book VI. . 218
Cicero's Vision of Scipio . . 228
Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven . 232
The Vision of Frate Alberico . 234
The Vision of Walkelin . . 236
From the Life of St. Brandan . 240
Icelandic Vision . . > . 243
Anglo-Saxon Description of Pa-
radise ..... 244

PURGATORIO.

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CANTO VII.
The Valley of the Princes . . 26S

CANTO VIII.

The Guardian Angels and the Ser-
pent.—Nino di Gallura.—Cur-
rado Malaspina . . .271

• CANTO IX.

Dante's Dream of the Eagle.—The
Gate of Purgatory . . . 275

CANTO X.
The First Circle.— The Proud.—
The Sculptures on the Wall . 278

CANTO XI.

Ombertodi Santafiore.—Oderisid'
Agobbio.—Provenzan Salvani . 281

CANTO XII.
The Sculptures on the Pavement.
—Ascent to the Second Circle . 284
CANTO XIII. 1

The Second Circle.—The Envious.
—Sapia of Siena . .

CANTO XIV.

Guido del Duca and Renier da
Calboli

CANTO XV.
The Third Circle..- The Irascible.

CANTO XVI.
Marco Lombardo

CANTO XVII.
Dante's Dream of Anger.—The
Fourth Circle..-. The Slothful .

CANTO XVIII.

Virgil's Discourse of Love.—The
Abbot of San Zeno .

CANTO XIX.

Dante's Dream of the Siren.—The
Fifth Circle.—The Avaricious
and Prodigal.—Pope Adrian V.

CANTO XX.
Hugh Capet.—The Earthquake .

CANTO XXI.
The Poet Statius • «

CANTO XXII.
The Sixth Circle.—The Gluttonous
—The Mystic Tree .

Forese

CANTO XXIII.

CANTO XXIV.

Buonagiunta da Lucca. — Pope
Martin IV., and others

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CANTO XXV.

Discourse of Statius on Generation.
—The Seventh Circle. — The
Wanton ..... 328

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CANTO X. Page

The Fourth Heaven, or that of the
Sun, where are seen the Spirits
of Theologians and Fathers of the
Church.—St. Thomas Aquinas. 522

CANTO XI.
St. Thomas Aquinas recounts the
Life of St. Francis . . . 520

CANTO XII.

St. Buonaventura recounts the Life
of St. Dominic . . . 529

CANTO XIII.
Of the Wisdom of Solomon . . 532

CANTO XIV.

The Fifth Heaven, or that of Mars,
where are seen the Spirits of
Martyrs, and of Crusaders who
died fighting for the true Faith.
—The Celestial Cross

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CANTO XVI.

Cacciaguida's Discourse of the
Great Florentines . . . 542

CANTO XVII.

Cacciaguida's Prophecy of Dante's
Banishment .... 546

CANTO XVIII.

The Sixth Heaven, or that of Ju-
piter, where are seen the Spirits
of Righteous Kings and Rulers.
—The Celestial Eagle . . • 549
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CANTO XXIII.
The Triumph of Christ

CANTO XXIV.
St. Peter examines Dante upon
Faith

CANTO XXV.
St. James examines Dante upon
Hope

CANTO XXVI.
St. John examines Dante upon
Charity

CANTO XXVII.
St. Peter's reproof of bad Popes.—
The Ascent to the Ninth Heaven,
or the Primum Mobile

CANTO XXVIII.
God and the Celestial Hierarchies

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CANTO XXXII.
St. Bernard points out the Saints
in the White Rose , . . 596

CANTO XXXIII.
Prayer to the Virgin.—The Three-
fold Circle of the Trinity.—
Mystery of the Divine and Hu-
man Nature . . . . 600

NOTES 607

ILLUSTRATIONS:

Le Dante 716

La Divine CormMie . . . 717

Notes sur le Dante . , . 720

La Comedie Divine . . 72I

La Philosophic Italienne . . 727

La Divine Comedie . . . 729

Dante, Imitateur et Createur . 732

Cabala ..... 738

INDEX 743

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