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For the default editions and translations of Dante’s works, see ‘Editions Followed and Abbreviations’

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—, The Divine Comedy 3: Paradise, trans. by Dorothy L. Sayers and Barbara Reynolds (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1962).

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