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  • From Dante's Inferno, Farfarello was a Malebranche. Malebranche is the name of the legion of demons that guards the corrupt ditch. Malebranche means "Evil Claws". Farfarello appears in two parts, called "Cantos", of the book: the XXIst, and and the XXIInd. Each demon's names have a significance. The exact translation of "Farfarello", is "Elf", or, in a more free translation, "Leprechaun", an Irish folklore figure. It has also been translated as "evil ghost." (From here)

    August 28, 2008