Published 11.05.2018 on subject English by Guest

Read these lines from Canto XXXIII: His mouth raised up above his savage meal, That sinner wiped his lips upon the hair Of the head that he had chewed on from behind. Then he began, "You want me to make new A desperate grief which even to call back Crushes my heart before I start to speak. "But should my words become a fruitful seed Of infamy for this traitor whom I gnaw, Youll see me speak and weep at the same time. What is Dante describing here?