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读书笔记 Notes to Canto II
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8 Minerva, the goddess of wisdom, “breathes” (spira), filling the sails of Dante’s “ship” (3); while Apollo, the god of poetry and poetic inspiration (invoked by Dante in Canto I, 13–33), acts as pilot and guide—a reversal, perhaps, of the roles one might expect for these deities, that aptly expresses the interrelatedness, the inseparability, of the doctrinal and poetical aspects of the poem.

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