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Gustave Doré - "Satan prend possession de son trône en Enfer" (1868) - Le…

Gustave Doré - "Satan prend possession de son trône en Enfer" (1868) - Le…

And that great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, who is called the devil and Satan, who seduceth the whole world; and he was cast unto the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him

And that great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, who is called the devil and Satan, who seduceth the whole world; and he was cast unto the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him

"In my midlife, I found myself in the middle of a dark forest" Divine Comedy, Inferno by Gustave Doré (1832-1883)

"In my midlife, I found myself in the middle of a dark forest" Divine Comedy, Inferno by Gustave Doré (1832-1883)

The Enchantment of Don Quixote (c. 1868) by Gustave Dore. Illustration for Cervantes's Don Quixote.

The Enchantment of Don Quixote (c. 1868) by Gustave Dore. Illustration for Cervantes's Don Quixote.

The Divine Comedy: Illustrations by Gustave Doré Purgatorio, Canto 30: Beatrice among the angels Although the veil, that from her head descended, Encircled with the foliage of Minerva, Did not permit her to appear distinctly,  In attitude still royally majestic Continued she, like unto one who speaks, And keeps his warmest utterance in reserve:  “Look at me well; in sooth I’m Beatrice! How didst thou deign to come unto the Mountain? Didst thou not know that man is happy here?”

The Divine Comedy: Illustrations by Gustave Doré Purgatorio, Canto 30: Beatrice among the angels Although the veil, that from her head descended, Encircled with the foliage of Minerva, Did not permit her to appear distinctly, In attitude still royally majestic Continued she, like unto one who speaks, And keeps his warmest utterance in reserve: “Look at me well; in sooth I’m Beatrice! How didst thou deign to come unto the Mountain? Didst thou not know that man is happy here?”

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