Dante's Divine Comedy: The Inferno by L. Vergani
By L. Vergani
Dante wrote 3 epic poems approximately heaven, purgatory, and hell. The Inferno is set the latter and is encyclopedic in scope and knowledge. From Dante's personal global of politics, theology, and studying, he poured every little thing he was once and knew into this article.
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At least the kitchen was cleaner than the stables. " The old man took in Mikhail's sweat-stained traveling clothes and the muck still clinging to his boots. He didn't appear quite so bewildered as Duncan had, for his eyes were alert. " "The more fool you," the fellow muttered quite rudely, and turned his back. Mikhail hesitated. For the first time in his life, the name Hastur had evoked no expectable reaction. He was aware that servants took their tone from their masters and mistresses. It was most peculiar.
I only took a glance, but it was enough! Some of the animals are standing in ditches up to their hocks, and the stalls are filthy. " "I don't have time to take care of those animals," sniveled Duncan, looking a little ashamed. "It's all I can do to just keep the wood chopped for the fire, and . " "It's going to take a lot to muck out those stables," Mathias interrupted, "and the roof needs repair. " Mikhail agreed with him, and hoped that the house itself was in better shape. He had spent enough time at Armida to know the ins and outs of good management, and was rather surprised to realize how much he had learned without knowing it.
He gave a sigh of relief. At least the kitchen was cleaner than the stables. " The old man took in Mikhail's sweat-stained traveling clothes and the muck still clinging to his boots. He didn't appear quite so bewildered as Duncan had, for his eyes were alert. " "The more fool you," the fellow muttered quite rudely, and turned his back. Mikhail hesitated. For the first time in his life, the name Hastur had evoked no expectable reaction. He was aware that servants took their tone from their masters and mistresses.