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THE

DIVINE COMEDY

Dante Alighieri

TRANSLATED BY

HENRY WADS WORTH LONGFELLOW

I follow here the footing of thy feete

That with thy meaning so I may the rather meete.

Spenser.

VOL. III.

BOSTON:
FIELDS, OSGOOD, & CO.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1867, by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW, the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.

University Press: Welch, Bioelow, & Co.,
Cambridge.

CONTENTS OF VOL. III.

PAR AD I SO.

CANTO I.

Page

The Ascent to the First Heaven ..... i

CANTO II.

The First Heaven, or that of the Moon, in which are seen the Spirits
of those who, having taken Monastic Vows, were forced to violate

them 6

CANTO III.
Piccarda and Constance it

CANTO IV.

Questionings of the Soul and of Broken Vows 16

. CANTO V.
The Second Heaven, or that of Mercury, where are seen the Spirits
of those who for the Love of Fame achieved great Deeds . . 21

CANTO VI.

Justinian. — The Roman Eagle.—Romeo 26

CANTO VII.
Beatrice's Discourse of the Incarnation, the Immortality of the Soul,
and the Resurrection of the Body

CANTO VIII.
The Third Heaven, or that of Venus, where are seen the Spirits of
Lovers. — Charles Martel 3°

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