Inferno - Pages 168 - 221 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 168 – 180: Eileen mentions that she visited Ravenna, Italy on a traveling grant to visit the grave of Dante Alighieri, the author of the Divine Comedy. She then contemplates her own relative obscurity before transitioning into a description of the time she spent in Pennsylvania. She lived there for a few months in another house owned by Eden O’Malley. She enjoyed her time there but felt that the wealthy neighbors looked down upon her. She then mentions a time she went to Helau, Hawaii to do a poetry reading. In Helau, she debated whether or not to hike through the hills at night to see an erupting volcano. She was in her forties at the time and feared that she might never have such an opportunity again. Thus, she decided to attempt the trek. The hike was fairly long and difficult, but she...

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