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THE

DIVINE COMEDY

OP

DANTE ALIGHIERI.

TRANSLATED BY
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW.

I follow here the footing of thy feete

That with thy meaning so I may the rather meete.

Spenser

LONDON:

GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & SONS,

THE BROADWAY, LUDGATE.
1867.

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The Dark Forest-- The Hill of
Difficulty.—The Panther, the
Lion, and the Wolf.—Virgil . 3

CANTO II.
Dante's Protest and Virgil's Ap-
peal.—The Intercession of the
Three Ladies Benedight . . 6

CANTO III.
The Gate of Hell.— The Inefficient
or Indifferent. — Pope Celes-
tineV.—The Shores of Acheron.
—Charon. — The Earthquake
and the Swoon ... 9

CANTO IV.
The First Circle.—Limbo, or the
Border Land of the Unbaptized.
— The Four Poets, Homer,
Horace, Ovid, and Lucan.—The
Noble Castle of Philosophy . 1S

CANTO V.
The Second Circle.—Minos.—The
Wanton.—The Infernal Hurri-
cane.—Francesca da Rimini

CANTO VI.
The Third Circle.—Cerberus.—
The Gluttonous.—The Eternal
Rain.—Ciacco ....

CANTO VII.
The Fourth Circle.—Plutus.—The
Avaricious and the Prodigal.—
Fortune and her Wheel.—The
Fifth Circle.—Styx.—The Iras-
cible and the Sullen.

Phlegyas. — Philippo Argenti. —
The Gate of the City of Dis . 25

CANTO IX.
The Furies.—The Angel.—The
City of Dis.—The Sixth Circle.
—Heresiarchs .

CANTO X.

Farinata and Cavalcante de' Ca-
valcanti •

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CANTO XI.

Pope Anastasius.—General De-
scription of the Inferno and its
Divisions

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CANTO XII.
The Minotaur.—The Seventh Cir-
cle. — The Violent. — Phlege-
thon.—The Violent against their
Neighbours.—The Centaurs.—
tyrants . . . .37

CANTO XIII.
The Wood of Thorns.—The Har-
pies.—The Violent against them-
selves. — Suicides. — Pier della
Vigna.—I.ano and Jacopo da
Sant' Andrea .... 40

CANTO XIV.
The Sand Waste.—The Violent
against God.—Capaneus.—The
Statue of Time, and the Four
Infernal Rivers . . .43

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