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读书笔记 Notes to Canto XIII
TARDELLINO

When they emerge from the stair on the second terrace Dante is bewildered by its contrast with the first; here are no shades and no splendour of sculpture, only ‘the bank and the bare road’. There is a certain greatness in pride; envy is a kind of meanness. Dante himself confesses to little envy, but to much pride.

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