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Dante and the Devine Comedy

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Annie Subach

on 4 February 2013

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Transcript of Dante and the Devine Comedy

Who was Dante? About the Comedy Purgatorio Paradiso Significance Inferno The Dark Wood
Gate of Hell
9 Circles Dante Aligheri was a writer living in the 1300's
He was exiled from Florence
He wrote "The Divine Comedy" about fictional adventures through heaven, hell and purgatory The Divine Comedy has 3 sections, Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso
Purgatorio and Paradiso each have 33 cantos while Inferno has 34
Each canto is 3 lines to represent the holy trinity. Dante and the Divine Comedy Terrestrial Paradise
The 7 Terraces
Valley of Rulers
Ante-purgatory Heaven
Dante and Beatrice journey through the planets
Dante meets many political figures of the time The comedy adressed...
reason vs faith
nature vs grace
human power vs divine will
Summarized views of the time By Annie Subach
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