Divine Comedy Essay | Abstract Thoughts of Two Different Times

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Abstract Thoughts of Two Different Times

Summary: Dante Alighieri: Divine Comedy and Miguel De Montaigne
Dante Alighieri and Miguel De Montaigne were two great writers of two different times. Dante wrote about religious beliefs of people in his era. In his work, The Divine Comedy, he wrote about where different sins demote a person to in the circles of hell. Montaigne wrote of Renaissance thoughts and ideals. He saw his age as one of dissimulation, corruption, violence, and hypocrisy, and it is thus not surprising that The Essays is negative. These writers demonstrate the beliefs or thoughts of their individual eras. In The Divine Comedy, Dante discussed religion, moral beliefs, and used three different types of techniques in his writing; and the writer of The Essays inferred his thoughts on what a true Renaissance belief truly was and the idealistic thoughts of the time.

In The Divine Comedy, religion is discussed throughout Dante's work.

"That they did not sin...

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