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Gratis
Dante Alighieri

The Divine Comedy

  • putriiokthar citeretsidste år
    There is no greater woe than in misery to remember the happy time
  • b4327676054har citeretfor 6 år siden
    Midway upon the road of our life I found myself within a dark wood, for the right way had been missed.
  • jellybellyhar citeretfor 8 måneder siden
    Love, that on gentle heart quickly lays hold, seized him for the fair person that was taken from me, and the mode still hurts me. Love, which absolves no loved one from loving, seized me for the pleasing of him so strongly that, as thou seest, it does not even now abandon me. Love brought us to one death.
  • Elishar citeretsidste år
    Hell."

    We at last arrived within the deep ditches that encompass that disconsolate city. The walls seemed to me to be of iron.
  • putriiokthar citeretsidste år
    how many sweet thoughts, how great desire, led these unto the woeful pass.
  • putriiokthar citeretsidste år
    Love, that on gentle heart quickly lays hold, seized him for the fair person that was taken from me, and the mode still hurts me. Love, which absolves no loved one from loving, seized me for the pleasing of him so strongly that, as thou seest, it does not even now abandon me. Love brought us to one death.
  • putriiokthar citeretsidste år
    beware how thou enterest, and to whom thou trustest thyself; let not the amplitude of the entrance deceive thee.
  • putriiokthar citeretsidste år
    beware how thou enterest, and to whom thou trustest thyself; let not the amplitude of the entrance deceive thee."
  • Elishar citeretsidste år
    In the Parson's Tale Chaucer says: "Envie and ire maken bitternesse in heart, which bitternesse is mother of accidie."
  • Elishar citeretsidste år
    Already every star sinks that was rising when I set out, and too long stay is forbidden."
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