Here's a bit of the Inferno:
And so I saw together that excellent school
Of those who are masters of exalted song
Which, like an eagle, flies above the others.
When they had talked together a little while,
They turned towards me with signs of recognition;
And my master smiled to see them do so.
And then, they did me a still greater honour;
They took me as a member of their company,
So that I was a sixth among those great intellects.
So we went on in the direction of the light,
Talking of things of which it is well to say nothing,
Although it was well to talk of them at the time. (Inf.4.94-105: trans. Sisson in the Oxford World's Classics edition)
Here's the start and end of the original Mary-Sue story:
‘Gee, golly, gosh, gloriosky,’ thought Mary Sue as she stepped on the bridge of the Enterprise. ‘Here I am, the youngest lieutenant in the fleet - only fifteen and a half years old.’ Captain Kirk came up to her.
‘Oh, Lieutenant, I love you madly.'
... In the Sick Bay as she breathed her last, she was surrounded by Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, and Mr. Scott, all weeping unashamedly at the loss of her beautiful youth and youthful beauty, intelligence, capability and all around niceness.
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