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    Dante's Divine Comedy

    Has anyone read this? I am on Purgatorio at the moment. T They came across those who had been envious of others in their lives and now they were being scourged by "whips of love."

    I thought that was a neat use of metaphors.
    Last edited by ReformedReidian; 11-05-2007 at 11:09 PM.
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