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The problems of Dante's treatment of the punishment of homosexuals in Hell and of his more surprising salvation of still other unnamed homosexuals in Purgatory have had two recent responses that restore a central fact: To him repeat for me a Paternoster, So far as needful to us of this world, Where power of sinning is no longer ours. The Minotaur, a bull-man who appears on this broken slope Inf. However, Celaeno--a Harpy with the gift of prophecy--in turn drives away the Trojans when she announces that they will not accomplish their mission in Italy without suffering such terrible hunger that they are forced to eat their tables Aen. Or is it comfort that the donor gives?

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Finally, the canto presents two very famous lyric poets who are purging themselves on the terrace of lust:

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Dante in Devil May Cry

Now one of the hard borders bears us forward; the river mist forms shadows overhead and shields the shores and water from the fire. What does Dante's presentation of the usurers tell us about his attitude toward money and economics? The Undivine Comedyp. The souls of this canto are the sodomites, those who were violent against nature. One folk is going, and the other coming, And weeping they return to their first songs, And to the cry that most befitteth them.

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He of his own free will began to say: Dante's emotional reactions to the shades in the seventh circle range from neutral observation of the murderers and compassion for a suicide to respect for several Florentine sodomites and revulsion at the sight and behavior of the lewd usurers. Recalling the similar arrogance displayed by the Giants at Phlegra and their subsequent defeatthe deity gathers his terrifying weapons and strikes Capaneus with a thunderbolt. To him repeat for me a Paternoster, So far as needful to us of this world, Where power of sinning is no longer ours. It is important to understand that Dante in the Commedia does not imagine sexualized tortures at all. The narrator expresses grief as he remembers the wounds made by the flakes of fire on the "bodies" of the sinners:

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