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1  These devils will afflict the damned in two ways, by their presence and by their reproaches.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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2  The second pain which will afflict the souls of the damned in hell is the pain of conscience.
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3  He doesn't smoke and he doesn't go to bazaars and he doesn't flirt and he doesn't damn anything or damn all.
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4  The damned howl and scream at one another, their torture and rage intensified by the presence of beings tortured and raging like themselves.
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5  But it is too late: the just turn away from the wretched damned souls which now appear before the eyes of all in their hideous and evil character.
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6  The mouths of the damned are full of blasphemies against God and of hatred for their fellow sufferers and of curses against those souls which were their accomplices in sin.
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7  And this terrible fire will not afflict the bodies of the damned only from without, but each lost soul will be a hell unto itself, the boundless fire raging in its very vitals.
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8  In this life we have not a very clear idea of what such a loss must be, but the damned in hell, for their greater torment, have a full understanding of that which they have lost, and understand that they have lost it through their own sins and have lost it for ever.
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9  The brimstone, too, which burns there in such prodigious quantity fills all hell with its intolerable stench; and the bodies of the damned themselves exhale such a pestilential odour that, as saint Bonaventure says, one of them alone would suffice to infect the whole world.
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10  There, by reason of the great number of the damned, the prisoners are heaped together in their awful prison, the walls of which are said to be four thousand miles thick: and the damned are so utterly bound and helpless that, as a blessed saint, saint Anselm, writes in his book on similitudes, they are not even able to remove from the eye a worm that gnaws it.
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