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The heav'nly steersman at the prow was seen, (Canto II., line 45)

by Gustave Dore

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The heav'nly steersman at the prow was seen, (Canto II., line 45) - Gustave Dore

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English: "The heav'nly steersman at the prow was seen, (Canto II., line 45)" oil on Canvas.
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Gustave Dore

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