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The Divine Comedy: Inferno (Large Print) By Alighieri Dante
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“The Divine Comedy, written by Dante Alighieri between 1308-1321, is widely considered the central epic poem of the Italian literature, the last great work of literature of the Middle Ages and... More > the first great work of the renaissance, and one of the greatest works of world literature.” [Wikipedia]. Composed of three canticles (Inferno(Hell), Purgatorio (Purgatory), and Paradiso (Pardise). Each are composted of 34, 33, and 33 cantos (sections). The first, Inferno is by far the most famous of the three. The poet tells in the first person his travel through the three realms of the dead, lasting during the Easter Triduum in the spring of 1300. His guide through Hell and Purgatory is the Latin poet Virgil, author of The Aeneid, and the guide through Paradise is Beatrice, Dante's ideal of a perfect woman. Beatrice was a real Florentine woman whom he met in childhood and admired from afar in the mode of the then-fashionable courtly love tradition.< Less
The Divine Comedy: Paradiso By Alighieri Dante
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In the conclusion to his trilogy, “The Divine Comedy,” Dante is guided through the nine spheres of heaven by Beatrice. During his trek Dante has visions of what only the human eye is... More > permitted see. With a moral dimension added means that a soul that has reached Paradise stops at the level applicable to it.< Less
The Divine Comedy: Purgatorio By Alighieri Dante
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Having survived the depths of Hell, Dante and Virgil ascend out of the undergloom, to the Mountain of Purgatory. There Dante and Virgil are attracted by a musical performance by Casella, a pagan who... More > has been placed by God as the general guardian of the approach to the mountain. Dante starts the ascent up Mount Purgatory and meets many different people on the way. Finally, Dante is shown a beautiful valley where he sees the lately-deceased monarchs of the great nations of Europe, and a number of other persons whose devotion to public and private duties hampered their faith. From this valley Dante is carried up to the gates of Purgatory.< Less
The Divine Comedy: Purgatorio By Alighieri Dante
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Having survived the depths of Hell, Dante and Virgil ascend out of the undergloom, to the Mountain of Purgatory. There Dante and Virgil are attracted by a musical performance by Casella, a pagan who... More > has been placed by God as the general guardian of the approach to the mountain. Dante starts the ascent up Mount Purgatory and meets many different people on the way. Finally, Dante is shown a beautiful valley where he sees the lately-deceased monarchs of the great nations of Europe, and a number of other persons whose devotion to public and private duties hampered their faith. From this valley Dante is carried up to the gates of Purgatory.< Less
The Divine Comedy: Paradiso By Alighieri Dante
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In the conclusion to his trilogy, “The Divine Comedy,” Dante is guided through the nine spheres of heaven by Beatrice. During his trek Dante has visions of what only the human eye is... More > permitted see. With a moral dimension added means that a soul that has reached Paradise stops at the level applicable to it.< Less
The Divine Comedy: Inferno (Large Print) By Alighieri Dante
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“The Divine Comedy, written by Dante Alighieri between 1308-1321, is widely considered the central epic poem of the Italian literature, the last great work of literature of the Middle Ages and... More > the first great work of the renaissance, and one of the greatest works of world literature.” [Wikipedia]. Composed of three canticles (Inferno(Hell), Purgatorio (Purgatory), and Paradiso (Pardise). Each are composted of 34, 33, and 33 cantos (sections). The first, Inferno is by far the most famous of the three. The poet tells in the first person his travel through the three realms of the dead, lasting during the Easter Triduum in the spring of 1300. His guide through Hell and Purgatory is the Latin poet Virgil, author of The Aeneid, and the guide through Paradise is Beatrice, Dante's ideal of a perfect woman. Beatrice was a real Florentine woman whom he met in childhood and admired from afar in the mode of the then-fashionable courtly love tradition.< Less

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