Both Inferno and "The Second Coming" relate to the idea of seeing things in a new way. Provide 1 specific example from each that depicts seeing things in a new way.
The final words of Inferno, describing Dante and Virgil's ascent out of the underworld, are as follows:
To get back up to the shining world from there
My guide and I went into that hidden tunnel;
[. . .]
Where we came forth, and once more saw the stars.
In these lines, the motif of light ("the shining world . . . stars") represents how Dante and Virgil, looking up to the heavens, can now see with the optimism of possible salvation as...
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