Dante’s Inferno: Canto 25: uncertainty






Do you own this thing?

Maybe yes, maybe no. Thieves

Make that uncertain


NOTE: Thieves create uncertainty, and in the Inferno, they experience uncertainty. They are constantly bitten, but they never know what will happen when they are bitten. One: The thief may be reduced to ashes and then reconstituted. Two: The thief and the biting reptile may be joined into one body. Three: The thief and the biting reptile may exchange forms.




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