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Q: In the sixth stanza of "The Patriot" by Robert Browning, what do the last 3 lines mean?

Java Monke “Paid by the world, what dost thou owe “Me?”—God might question; now instead, ‘Tis God shall repay: I am safer so. Source: The British Library The narrator, a former apparent war hero has been misunderstood by the public and is being taken to the gallows for being hanged; this is a dramatic...

 
 
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@Bookworm We now have a very patriotic HNQ.
 
 
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Q: What does the poet's introduction in Dante's Inferno mean?

MithicalIn part 1 one of Dante's Inferno, "The Dark Wood", the narrator is introduced to a figure: At sight of him in that friendless waste I cried: "Have pity on me, whatever thing you are, whether shade or living man." And it replied: "Not man, though man I once was, and my blood was Lombard, both my ...

 

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