The Dore Gallery: His 120 Greatest Illustrations by Gustave Doré, Carol Belanger Grafton

By Gustave Doré, Carol Belanger Grafton

Comprising the best plates from the nice illustrator's paintings, this assortment positive aspects striking engravings from such literary classics as Milton's Paradise Lost, The Divine Comedy through Dante, Coleridge's The Rime of the traditional Mariner, The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe, Sue's The Wandering Jew, and so on. Captions.

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XXVIII, 121-123). THE GIANTS—NIMROD “Soul idiotic, / Keep to thy horn, and vent thyself with that, / When wrath or other passion touches thee” (Inf. XXXI, 70—72). ANTAEUS—DESCENT TO THE LAST CIRCLE But lightly in the abyss, which swallows up / Judas with Lucifer, he put us down (Inf. XXXI, 142, 143). THE EAGLE Terrible as the lightning he descended, / And snatched me upward even to the fire (Purg. IX, 29, 30). THE GLUTTONS And shadows, that appeared things doubly dead, / From out the sepulchres of their eyes betrayed / Wonder at me, aware that I was living (Purg.

Fables of La Fontaine THE WOLF TURNED SHEPHERD THE HARE AND THE FROGS AN ANIMAL IN THE MOON THE MONKEY AND THE DOLPHIN Idylls of the King—Enid Idylls of the King—Vivien Idylls of the King—Elaine Idylls of the King—Guinevere The Divine Comedy CHARON AND THE RIVER ACHERON And lo! ” (Inf. III, 82—84). PAOLO AND FRANCESCA “O Poet, willingly / Speak would I to those two, who go together, / And seem upon the wind to be so light” (Inf. V, 73—75). THE STYX—PHILIPPO ARGENTI Then stretched he both his hands unto the boat; / Whereat my wary Master thrust him back (Inf.

XXVIII, 121-123). THE GIANTS—NIMROD “Soul idiotic, / Keep to thy horn, and vent thyself with that, / When wrath or other passion touches thee” (Inf. XXXI, 70—72). ANTAEUS—DESCENT TO THE LAST CIRCLE But lightly in the abyss, which swallows up / Judas with Lucifer, he put us down (Inf. XXXI, 142, 143). THE EAGLE Terrible as the lightning he descended, / And snatched me upward even to the fire (Purg. IX, 29, 30). THE GLUTTONS And shadows, that appeared things doubly dead, / From out the sepulchres of their eyes betrayed / Wonder at me, aware that I was living (Purg.

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