1. Cross-section of an owl eye. An owl's eyes are large in order to improve their efficiency, especially under low light conditions. In fact, the eyes are so well developed, that they are not eye balls as such, but elongated tubes. They are held in place by bony structures in the skull called Sclerotic rings.
  2. The seventh pullet was one of that French sort, with feathers all over its eyes, so it escaped the mesmeric snare, and just flew at what it could see of the snake and pecked it to pieces.” “Thank you,” said Blenkinthrope stiffly; “it’s a very clever invention.
  3. Dante and Virgil enter the second ring of the Seventh Circle, reserved for those who have been violent against themselves, including suicides and those who carelessly destroy their own possessions, squanderers.
  4. Fasten off leaving a long tail to sew the eye onto the face later. Pupil. Work with black color yarn. Chain 2 and work 8 single crochet in the second stitch from the hook. Join with a slip stitch to form a circle. Fasten off leaving a long tail to sew the pupil onto the white of the eye. Put pupil onto the white of the eye and sew them together.
  5. The Owl. There's a wide-eyed owl (thumbs and forefingers around eyes) With a pointed nose, (thumbs and forefingers to make a point) He has pointed ears (clenched hands, forefingers up for ears) And claws for toes: (make hands into claws) He sits in a tree And looks at you; (fingers circles around eyes) Then flaps his wings and says.
  6. Dante and Virgil remain in the Seventh Circle but have entered the second zone of the Third Ring, the realm of "other sodomites.".
  7. Virgil and Dante are still in the Seventh Pouch of the Eighth Circle, among the thieves. These opening lines are Dante's ironic congratulations to Florence for having sinners from Florence represented in every circle of the Inferno.
  8. — Caitlin, Owl Eyes Staff Here Faustus directly states the hopelessness of his situation: he cannot even think about God because he "cants not be saved." This can be interpreted as a statement that claims his actions are so terrible no amount of repentance can save him or a recognition of his irreversible, predestined damnation.

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