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Purgatorio by Dante Alighieri, Hollander translation
2004
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417 & 437"If you are here exempt from lying prostrate and wish to find the quickest way, keep to the right along the outer rim." [p. 417]

I moved on and my leader picked his way, keeping to the clear path near the rock as one must walk on ramparts, tight against the wall, for the people from whose eyes dissolves, drop by drop, the evil filling all the world were crowded near the outer edge's rim. [p. 437]

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593"Giraut de Borneil, one of the most famous troubadours of his century, born at Essidueil, near Limoges, ca. 1175, died ca. 1220" (T). Dante refers to him a number of times in De vulgari eloquentia and once in Convivio, never slightingly - guite the opposite is true. Hence Dante's about-face here is dramatic. In De vulgari (II.ii.9) he had made Giraud his own Provençal counterpart: Dante presented himself as the leading poetic celebrant of virtue in Italian, while Giraut was presented in exactly the same role for his language group.Giraut

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