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*And he to me : “If thou follow thy star, thou canst not fail of glorious haven, if I discerned rightly in the fair life : and if I had not died so early seeing heaven so kind to thee, I would have cheered thee in the work.”
*Par., c.xvii, 58–60.
*Hippocratis aphorismorum Paraphrasis poetica, Paris, 1587, by Pierre Boulenger.
*Note.—The word “Divine” was applied to La Commedia long after Dante's death. Dante called this work La Commedia, because he said it begins sadly amid the horrors of the Inferno and ends brightly in the perennial sunshine of Paradise.
†Io dico, sequitando, Inf. c. 8, 1.
‡See Note (a), p. 170, “Vita di Dante,” where it is related how the first seven cantos were sent on to Dante, then in exile at Lunigiana.
*“Proiicet ampullas et sesquipedalia verba Si curat cor spectandis tetigisse querella.”Ars Poetica, 96.
*“Oh weary mantle for eternity.”
*Flee this greedy bank and these cruel lands.
*Pure and disposed to mount to the stars. Purg., c. 33–145.
∗ For photograph see frontispiece to July Journal.
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