The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri - Hell; Purgatory; Paradise - Dante Alighieri, Charles Elliot Norton [translator] 1919-20 - Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston and New York Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself in a dark wood, where the right of way was lost.’ - Hell.

To run over better waters the little vessel of my genius now hoists her sails, as she leaves behind her a sea so cruel.’ - Purgatory.

In the heaven which most of His light I have been, and have seen things which he who descends from thereabove neither knows how nor has power to recount.’ - Paradise.
  An unread uncut set In three volumes
Three volumes (20 x 14 cm) pp. [10] xxiv 240 [6]; [8] viii 259 [7]; [8] viii [2] 274 [6]
  Finely bound in three quarter green morrocco over marbled boards, spine in four compartments lettered in gilt with decorative emblems and tooled bands, top edge gilt, marbled end-papers.   Condition: Near fine, spine uniformly darkened, some minor rubbing to corners, but overall a smart set.   Ref: 104171   Price: HK$ 3,500