Dante, the Poet Illustrated Out of the Poem

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Century Company, 1884 - 8 páginas
 

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Página 573 - Then saw I many broken hinted sights In the uncertain state I stepp'd into. Meseem'd to be I know not in what place, Where ladies through the street, like mournful lights, Ran with loose hair, and eyes that frighten'd you By their own terror, and a pale amaze: The while, little by little, as I thought, The sun ceased, and the stars began to gather, And each wept at the other; And birds dropp'd in mid-flight out of the sky; And earth...
Página 573 - Then lifting up mine eyes, as the tears came, I saw the Angels, like a rain of manna, In a long flight flying back Heavenward ; Having a little cloud in front of them, After the which they went and said, ' Hosanna' ; And if they had said more, you should have heard. Then Love said, ' Now shall all things be made clear : Come and behold our lady where she lies.
Página 573 - Ran with loose hair, and eyes that frighten'd you. By their own terror, and a pale amaze: The while, little by little, as I thought, The sun ceased, and the stars began to gather, And each wept at the other; And birds dropp'd in mid-flight out of the sky; And earth shook suddenly; And I was 'ware of one, hoarse and tired out. Who ask'd of me: 'Hast thou not heard it said?. . . Thy lady, she that was so fair, is dead.
Página 573 - And if they had said more, you should have heard. Then Love said, ' Now shall all things be made clear : Come and behold our lady where she lies.' These 'wildering phantasies Then carried me to see my lady dead. Even as I there was led, Her ladies with a veil were covering her ; And with her was such very humbleness That she appeared to say,
Página 573 - ware of one, hoarse and tired out, Who ask'd of me : " Hast thou not heard it said ? . . . Thy lady, she that was so fair, is dead." ' Then lifting up mine eyes, as the tears came, I saw the Angels, like a rain of manna, In a long flight flying back Heavenward ; Having a little cloud in front of them, 60 After the which they went and said, " Hosanna " ; And if they had said more, you should have heard.
Página 569 - Father, is not the way to return to my country; but if by you or by another there can be found another way that shall not derogate from Dante's fame and honor, readily will I thereto betake myself. But if by no honorable way can entrance be found into Florence there will I never enter. What ? Can I not from any corner of the earth behold the sun and the stars ? Can I not under every climate of heaven meditate the all sweet truths, except I first make myself a man of no glory, but rather of ignominy...

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