4、Canto IX. Dante falls asleep in this valley, but, just as the first gleams of light appear, he is favored by a vision, wherein—like Ganymede—he is borne by a golden-feathered eagle into a glowing fire where both are consumed. Wakening with a start from this disquieting dream, Dante finds himself in a different spot, with no companion save Virgil, and notes the sun is at least two hours high.
5、He heard her as she came out on to the jetty, and he turned around. She sat down next to him without a word. At last he broke the silence.
（3）He carried it to the kitchen table. He poured himself coffee and began going through it.
1.Now see what money has come o'er these three years from Columbia's shore;
3.And in his love addressed with sighs
5.“Where’s Cecilia living? I saw her this morning as she drove across the bridge, but her house is always dark.”