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Ben,
 
Interesting thing you have there. I've always taken "Love" to be male, a
companion and most of all "master". I mean, it is more of a master in
Cavalcanti and more of a deity and companion in Dante. Could you give examples
of "female" instances of "Love"?
Roxana

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