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读书笔记 Notes to Canto XI
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When he speaks of renown being ‘the colour of grass’, ‘Oderisi does not say “our renown” but “your renown”. In the world where he is purged before ascending to God, the world he has left no longer moves him; he sees it as might an inhabitant of another sphere, without passions or illusions, with calm compassion; and that calm, in the midst of sufferings desired and loved as the necessary condition of the infinite good that is to follow them, forms the chief feature of the state of the souls in that intermediate region. A single word suffices to mark the separation between two ways of life so clearly connected and so different’ (Lamemtais, quoted by De Sanctis).

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