Divine Comedy Essay | The Inferno

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The Inferno

Summary: Discusses whether Dante is able to be injured or killed throughout his journey in Hell.
The Inferno

Imagine yourself hurled into Hell with no way to escape, except to travel through its deepest and darkest depths. Unfortunately, this was no such dream for Dante, the pilgrim. Dante awoke one day and found himself situated in a dark and dense forest. He found a way to escape but could not because his exit was being protected by three mythological creatures. Distressed and down upon himself, Dante forged on and met his guide Virgil. This dead poet led Dante on his great adventure through the home of sinners. While these travelers proceeded through Hell, many interesting details arose hinting to the fact that Dante could be injured or perhaps killed, but The Inferno, never told the reader explicitly if such and action could occur. There is enough information throughout this book to prove that Dante could be wounded or killed.

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