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The Inferno

The Inferno - Henri Barbusse "... all we have, standing erect on the land of the dead, is the rebellion of our smile, the rebellion of being gay when darkness envelops us. We are divinely alone, the heavens have fallen on our heads.”

(This was O'Brien's public domain translation, a Project Gutenberg download, the source of most of the listed editions.)