Sheep and doves.
Dolphins and frogs.
Fish and fowl.
Chickens and goats.
Virgil interceded for him.
He seized a grapnel and struck the captain.
He leaped off a cliff.
He bolted and dove under the pitch.
They had to fish Calcabrina and his companion out of the pitch.
They all began fighting amongst themselves.
They didn't know what to do after the Navarrian killed their captain.
They were busy torturing their captive.
They waited for them to finish.
Dante talked with another Florentine.
The lion and the mouse.
The frog and the mouse.
The fox and the grapes.
The tortoise and the hare.
Virgil led them into another pool of pitch.
Barbriccia ordered them to stop.
The pitch covering their wings prevented them from flying.
Virgil held Dante and slid down into the next chasm.
They were boiled in pitch.
They were flayed by the Malebranche.
They were forced to wear heavy mantles.
They were hung from trees.
Crucified upside down.
Crucified to the ground and trampled.
An eagle eats his liver, which regrows every day.
He wanted to speak to Caiaphas but Dante wants to leave.
He realizes Malacoda lied to him.
He was anticipating summoning the black angels.
He doesn't believe the Friar.