The Inferno chronicles Dante’s journey into Hell, escorted by Virgil, the ancient Roman poet.
In the poem, Hell is portrayed as nine different concentric circles of suffering placed within the Earth.
Inferno Pdf Overview
The Divine Comedy depicts the soul’s final journey toward God as a fable, and Inferno explains sin’s acknowledgment and rejection.
Thie epic poem opens on the evening of Maundy Thursday, shortly before dawn of Good Friday in March 1300.
Dante himself is the narrator, a 35 years old, half age in the journey of our lives and half the Biblical lifespan of seventy.
The poet sees himself astray in a dark wood, away from the straightway of salvation.
He tries to climb up a small mountain directly, but his path is blocked by three beasts he can not escape; a Lupa, a Lonza, and Leone.
These three beasts are taken from chapter 5:6 of the Book of Jeremiah, representing the three kinds of sins that bring the remorseless soul into one of the three important divisions of Hell.
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