Purgatory_7 - express his happiness to Virgil, but Virgil...

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Leandro Villanueva Advanced Composition EN3300W Pr. Karen Narvarte Centigraph # 7 Purgatory, Canto # 30 This canto begins with a procession with a group of angels who throw flowers over the chariot as they chant, “Blessed are you who come.” As a lady emerges from the mist, Dante recognizes her to be Beatrice. Dante turns around to
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Unformatted text preview: express his happiness to Virgil, but Virgil has disappeared, he starts weeping. Beatrice tells him, he will soon weep from a different sorrow. Finally, Beatrice gives everyone an explanation on why she brought Dante on this journey....
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course ENGLISH 3330 taught by Professor Narvarte during the Spring '08 term at Saint Mary's University Texas.

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