You can access a free edition of The Divine Comedyfeaturing Dors illustrations at Project Gutenberg. It appears in the form of an enormous rose, the petals of which house the souls of the faithful. Around the center, angels fly like bees carrying the nectar of divine love. .. Search the history of over 505 billion pages on the Internet. favorite share Flag this item for Graphic Violence Graphic Sexual Content Spam, Scam or Fraud Broken or Empty Data textsGustave Dore. However, it must be said that the Paradiso ones are less convincing: they are often too classical to convey Dantes more abstract imagery here. Judas Iscariot is in the central mouth: Brutus and Cassius in the mouths on either side. 1867 Item Preview There Is No Preview Available For This Item This item does not appear to have any files that can be experienced on Archive.org.