The Inferno

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Penguin, 01/06/2001 - 320 páginas
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Belonging in the company of the works of Homer and Virgil, The Inferno is a moving human drama, a journey through the torment of Hell, an expression of the Middle Ages, and a protest against the ways in which men have thwarted the divine plan.


 

 

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Review: The Inferno (The Divine Comedy #1)

Procura do Utilizador  - Lauren - Goodreads

I was feeling so triumphant to have gotten through such a notoriously difficult book, thinking to myself that it wasn't hard at all. And then I realised that the hard book I was thinking of was ... Ler crítica na íntegra

Review: The Inferno (The Divine Comedy #1)

Procura do Utilizador  - Esmeralda Romero - Goodreads

After reading the first book in a three part poem of The Divine Comedy, The Inferno, had grasped me in to continue on and read about a journey through Hell. From this copy specifically there was ... Ler crítica na íntegra

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Índice

Title Page Copyright Page Dedication Introduction
Canto IThe Dark Wood of Error
Limbo
CIRCLE
CIRCLE THREE
CIRCLE FOUR
Styx
Canto IXCIRCLE
Round Three
Round Three
Round Three
BolgiaThree Canto XX CIRCLE EIGHT Bolgia Four
Bolgia Five
Bolgia Five
Bolgia
Bolgia Seven

Canto XCIRCLE
Canto XICIRCLE
Round
Round
Round Three
Bolgia Seven Canto XXVI CIRCLE EIGHT Bolgia Eight Canto XXVII CIRCLE EIGHT Bolgia Eight
Bolgia Nine
Bolgia Ten CantoXXX CIRCLE EIGHT Bolgia
Cocytus
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Acerca do autor (2001)

John Ciardi (1918 1986), American poet and critic influential in his role as poetry editor of the Saturday Review.

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