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Divine Comedy: Inferno by Dante Alighieri
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Divine Comedy: Inferno

163 ratings, 24 reviews

The Inferno is an allegorical poem by Dante Alighieri featuring the poet as himself as he
travels through the 9 circles of hell. He's guided by the Roman poet Virgil, who shows him each group of sinners who is suffering in agony according to his various crimes against God. The Inferno is the first of three parts of Dante Alighieri's epic trilogy the Divine Comedy, but the Inferno stands out as the most lasting and popular. Why? Because everyone loves a bit of fire and brimstone in the morning.

If the Divine Comedy is like Dante's Let's Go Travel Guide for the afterlife, then let's face it: The Inferno is the real hotspot. The vast influence of this work on the Western canon is immeasurable: there isn't enough room to describe its literary reach. I mean they even made an Inferno video game on X-Box for Pete's sake.

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Jasmine Kooks

May 16, 2014

Great!I am reading it now and so far it is perfectico lol! 15mins later i finished and guess what it was brillant!

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Christian Gomez

January 10, 2014

I LIKE TURTLES

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Alex Gallatin

December 06, 2013

Cridict i am

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Penny Bowers

October 22, 2013

Hi my name is kaidin

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Alaina Williford

September 23, 2013

This was a divine comedy.

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Jesus Catalan

September 06, 2013

I like dogs too🐺🐺🐺!!!!

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Ed Dang

July 01, 2013

I like dogs

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Jackie Cook

March 29, 2013

I enjoyed reading this book in school so much, i bought the book as well as the other two books.

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Sofija Mancic

February 07, 2013

Boring

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Alexander Semenyuk

February 01, 2013

Great book, also of historical importence.

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Kennedy Carroll

January 31, 2013

This book is wonderful

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Alan Filippi

October 23, 2012

If you have not read this you owe to yourself and others to do so!

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Kate Roesler

October 18, 2012

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Jordan Bell

September 01, 2012

This is purgatory, the second installment of the divine trilogy, wheras the title and art claim that it is the first of the set, Inferno. Please fix this.

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Jamie Grant

August 23, 2012

This book is clearly Purgatory. Update please!

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Cheridan B

July 31, 2012

I love it

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Lyndee Sergott

July 05, 2012

ses ok

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Barbara Johny Martinez

July 05, 2012

Awesome!

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cars Rule

May 24, 2012

this book is awsomeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Christopher Nord

May 22, 2012

A must read!

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Adrian-Ilie Grădinaru

April 18, 2012

Great

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Jeff Cunningham

January 24, 2012

Epic classic! A must read for anyone who is interested in religious history

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September 12, 2011

This is purgatory not inferno

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Todd Bantner

September 07, 0025

You Miss frog eat Cook &turtle all eat Cook meat