Inferno / by Dante Alighieri.
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- ISBN: 9780007902095
- ISBN: 0007902093
- Physical Description: viii, 238 pages ; 18 cm.
- Publisher: London : HarperPress, 2011.
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Considered one of the greatest medieval poems written in the common vernacular of the time, Dante's Inferno begins on Good Friday in the year 1300. As he wanders through a dark forest, Dante loses his way and stumbles across the ghost of the poet Virgil. Virgil promises to lead him back to the top of the mountain, but to do so, they must pass through Hell, encountering all manner of shocking horrors, sins and evil torments along the way and evoking questions about God's justice, human behavior, and Christianity.
Translated from the Italian.
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