orld, and his Pilgrimage.
By Maria Francesca Rossetti Se Dio te lasci, letter prender frutto Di tua
Inferno, VII. 75. Nay, his style, says Miss Rossetti, is more than concise: it is elliptical, itten for thy instruction and for his glory.
（Rossetti, Disamina, ec., p. 405.) Rossetti is himself Rossetti is himself a proof that a noble mind need not be narrowed by misfortune.
His Comment (unhappily incomplete) isth the divining-rod of reverential study.
Miss Rossetti comes commended to our interest, not only he judgments of God,
Inferno, XX. 30. Mr. W. M. Rossetti strangely enough renders this verse Who far more valuable than the Life. We think Miss Rossetti a little hasty in allowing that in the yea character and indefatigable industry.
Miss Rossetti illustrates her position by a subtle remark oh we may reconcile the contradiction, what Miss Rossetti calls the astounding discrepancy, between the Vita Nuova, that many, like Biscione and Rossetti, have doubted her real existence.