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Gustave Doré's illustration to Dante's Inferno. Plate XXII: Canto VII: The hoarders and wasters. "For all the gold that is beneath the moon, / Or ever has been, of these weary souls / Could never make a single one repose" (Longfellow's translation) "Not all the gold that is beneath the moon / Or ever hath been, or these toil-worn souls / Might ever purchase rest for one" (Cary's translation)

Date Originally 1857
Source [From the Title Page:]

Dante's Inferno
translated by
The Rev. Henry Francis Cary, MA
from the original of
Dante Alighieri
and illustrated with the designs of
M. Gustave Doré
New Edition
With Critical and Explanatory notes, Life of Dante, and Chronology
Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co.
New York, London and Paris

The book was printed c. 1890 in America.
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