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Paradiso 18-20 Justice: from a different perspective Jupiter 1
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Encounter with the Father: When and how can we glory in our flesh-and- blood relations? Transience/permanence Mortality and immortality (what that has to do with fatherhood What it has to do with writing, literature Homeland, fatherland Exile 2
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Fatherhood and suffering revisiting Ugolino Fatherhood What to say Suffering of innocents Justice Prophecy Prolonging life 3
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Conclusions Fatherhood Flesh, blood, nobility, place Transience & permanence War/struggle How man makes himself eternal My treasure 4
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Transience & permanence: Literature and lasting long what gives the most permanence (glory, longevity) to earthly things? Pegasean goddess who make our poets glorious and give them longevity, as they, with you, do to cities and kingdoms, illumine me with your light so that I may set forth their figures as I have conceved them: let your power appear in these brief verses. Paradiso 18.82-87 O diva Pegasëa 5 Joos de Momper
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Transience & permanence: E come, per sentir più dilettanza Bene operando, l’uom di giorno in giorno S’accorge che la sua virtute avanza (Pd 18.58-60) And, as a man day by day perceives, from feeling greater delight in acting well, that his virtue is increasing. Ché ‘n la mente m’è fitta, e or m’accora, La cara e buona imagine paterna Di voi quando nel mondo ad ora ad ora M’insegnavate come l’uom s’etterna (Inf 15.82-85) For in my memory is fixed, and now it weighs on my heart, the dear, kind paternal image of you when, in the world, from time to time you used to teach me how man makes himself eternal 6
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Transience & permanence: 7 Quale per li seren tranquilli e puri discorre ad ora ad or sùbito foco, movendo li occhi che stavan sicuri, e pare stella che tramuti loco (Pd 15.13-16 ) As across a cloudless, pure, and tranquil sky from time to time there darts a sudden fire, moving our eyes, previously fixed, and it seems a star changing place, except that . .. no star is lost
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Jupiter: the “temperate” planet Justice What about injustice? temprando col dolce l’acerbo… presso a colui ch’ogne torto disgrava Already that blessed mirror was rejoicing only in its thought, and I was tasting mine, tempering the bitter with the sweet (18.1-6) 8
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Justice Punishment of the innocent The suffering of children (Ugolino) Martyrdom (saints, Christ, Cacciguida) Political persecution (exile) Damnation of the unbaptised 9
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Transience and permanence Spectacular: How the souls appear in the Heaven of Jupiter (18.73-93) 10
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Times Square, spectacular 11
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Times Square, spectacular 12
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Heaven of Jupiter: Justice Spell-out, spectacular D-I-L-I-G-I-T-E-I-U-S-T-I-T-I-A-M-Q-U-I-I-U-D-I-C-A-T-I-S-T- E-R-R-A-M LOVE JUSTICE YOU WHO JUDGE THE EARTH ( Book of Wisdom, incipit) 13
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Why do they spell it out? 14
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2011 for the course ITALIAN 333 taught by Professor Cornish during the Winter '11 term at University of Michigan.

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