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Where thou has need to arm thy heart with strength. (Canto XXXIV., line 21)

by Gustave Dore

Where thou has need to arm thy heart with strength. (Canto XXXIV., line 21) - Gustave Dore
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Where thou has need to arm thy heart with strength. (Canto XXXIV., line 21) - Gustave Dore

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English: "Where thou has need to arm thy heart with strength. (Canto XXXIV., line 21)" oil on Canvas.
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Gustave Dore

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