The Divine Comedy 评价人数不足
读书笔记 Notes to Canto VIII

The gentle nature, once yielding to wrong, now rejoices in perfect obedience—‘In His will is our peace’; the adventurous spirit, once eager for glory, now glories in God’s cause on earth, the flight of the Eagle; and souls born amorous, when they are chastened and deepened, do not lose their ardour and tenderness but live now in the fellowship of ‘the high Seraphim’, the appointed spirits of love. It is as himself, in God’s making of him, that a man is saved. His temperament, with his bodily features, is given him by ‘nature’, by the divine operation of the stars; but merely to yield to it is to lose his soul.

《The Divine Comedy》的全部笔记 9篇
免费下载 iOS / Android 版客户端