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The Divine Comedy
The Divine Comedy
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The Divine Comedy
The historical and cultural significance of Dante Alighieri’s masterpiece The Divine Comedy cannot be overstated. Dante’s poetry takes the reader on a multi-layered journey, one through which he or she experiences this literary master’s unique aesthetic and spiritual sensibilities. The Divine Comedy also presents the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of medieval Italian thought and its bearing on Western theology and culture. This lyrical allegory of a journey from the depths of Hell to Paradise is a moving read in its own right and its influence upon world literature unchallenged.