Annotation: Dante's Inferno, Page 81, L 31 to Page 82, L 63

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Dante says, "May you [Argenti] weep and wail to all eternity, for I know you, hell-dog, filthy as you are." Dante explicitly curses Argenti, inducing other sinners also condemned to the River of Styx to attack Argenti. As Argenti wails in response to the attack, Dante sails away and thanks God that "the loathsome spirit" is mangled...
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Dante curses Argenti with rage and strong resentment, obvious evidence that Dante and Argenti do not get along. Dante denounces Argenti and refers to him as a hell-dog. Dante has such immense contempt for Argenti that he refuses to even speak his name. In life, Dante and Argenti had been bitter political enemies, and Dante's sharp remarks are meant to insult Argenti and his political group...
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