Essays on Inferno

Dante’s Inferno, A political commentary

Dante Aligherie’s, name itself endorses the uniqueness of the spirituality that as said by Vico, “Seems to rise suddenly, towering over the land of Italy”. (Croce, pp. 256) Dante was a divine poet but away from his divinity, there is a flow of words that immerses into our soul, the vastness of images of our […]

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Dante’s Inferno

Inferno is part of a trilogy of the Divine Comedy.  It is written by Dante Aligheri and it is a popular and well-loved book that paints a picture of what hell could be like and who are the people who could be in hell.  Inferno is the first of the trilogy.  The two other books […]

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Aeneid, The Odyssey, and The Inferno

The Odyssey and The Aeneid are two of the most celebrated and read classical epics. The Odyssey which is centered on a land called Greece, takes the fall of the city of Troy as its starting point and crafts a new epic around the struggle of one of those Greek warriors, the hero Odysseus.

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