But poor ol' Guido will never know. He is truly the man who will never
return, and not for want of 5¢. If the Pope's chief advisor isn't smart
enough to know that the Pope can't deliver on his promise, then all hope
exited his brain
before he died even. Of course, what politics Dante was playing is anoither
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sunday, February 07, 2010 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: Prufrock question (Eliot interview citation)
> Peter Montgomery wrote:
> > From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]>
> > As for Montefeltro I find it interesting that Dante (the poet,)
> > who had God place him in Hell for eternal suffering, still had him
> > worrying what others thought of him.
> > ======================================
> > That is his suffering.
> > P.
> Maybe it is his hope. If the living knew his deeds then
> they may cease to pray for his soul. Would it make a
> difference for Montefeltro. Probably not in Dante's Hell
> but it may make a difference in the petitioners' fates.
> Rick Parker