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Dante Alighieri 'Inferno', first part of his 'Divina Commedia' (Divine Comedy) 1863. Canto XIV: Third compartment of the seventh circle where three kinds of violence punished; against God, against Nature and against Art. 'Unceasing was the play of wretched hands,/ Now this, now that way glancing to shake off/The heat, still falling fresh'. Virgil and Dante look down upon souls in torment. From 1863 edition illustrated by Gustave Dore. Wood engraving.

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Dante Alighieri 'Inferno', first part of his 'Divina Commedia' (Divine Comedy) 1863. Canto XIV: Third compartment of the seventh circle where three kinds of violence punished; against God, against Nature and against Art. 'Unceasing was the play of wretched hands,/ Now this, now that way glancing to shake off/The heat, still falling fresh'. Virgil and Dante look down upon souls in torment. From 1863 edition illustrated by Gustave Dore. Wood engraving.