Canto 24:Why is there so much emphasis in this canto on the labor, the intense effort, required if the travellers are to continue downward to the center of hell? How does this concentration reflect upon Dante's task as a writer of epic poetry?
~Dante Inferno~ Canto 28: At the end of this canto, Bertran de Born, French troubadour poet and false counselor to King Henry II of England, explains that he is punished with the usual "law of counter-penalty" ("contrapasso" in
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Why did Ezra pound choose Canto 1 to be the first poem of his Cantos? And also, why did he end his poem with "so that?" I don't really know the first one. It could be because it sets up the whole story line for the second two
So I just received a project from my english teacher.. and Dantes Inferno is our topic. We have to choose one person. ( can be alive or dead) on the world to put in hell, for a sin or something and choose which level to put he/she
So, for a project I'm doing. We're reading dante's inferno right now in English and we got a project to pick any person on the planet and put them in Hell, and to decribe the level they'd be on and why. I'm having trouble picking
I've just got a couple questions on the book, what are the two parts of the'' Divine Comedy?'' I've got Cantos, but I still need the other one and I can't fidn it in the paper I'm reading off of. Thanks -Allyson