By Joe Lee
Dante For rookies takes the reader on a visit beginning in hell and finishing in heaven. The reader will get a brief creation to Dante and his instances. subsequent, the reader meets a candy lass named Beatrice and samples somewhat his different literary choices, comparable to the good dinner party, the Convivio. yet then it's directly to the large one, the Commedia, and a canto through canto description of the full paintings. Characters, principles and events are defined as they happen--no looking through finish notes, footnotes or box notes to differentiate Forese Donati, Dante's friend, from his evil brother, Corso. the complete plan of the hereafter is just mapped out. Dante For rookies is a brilliant holiday with history's maximum vacationer, Dante Alighieri.
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55 Book:Layout 1 10/11/11 4:08 PM Page 56 2 2 2 2 2 2 Virgil and Dante move on to the fifth circle: anger. This is a wet circle. A stream flows making the earth a sponge of mud and filth. Constant warfare is carried on in the Styx, a marsh where they witness a nasty biting, tearing, eye-gouging specie of mud wrestling, carried on for no other reason than everyone is forever pissed. The wrathfuls’ footing is made even more treacherous by the sullen writhing and kicking beneath their feet, sunk forever in the gloomy misery of inaction.
No more Empire. Dante folded his bunting forever. There was only one thing for him to do—take a vacation. Somewhere no living soul had ever been before, . No, not Pittsburgh, but a place he and W. C. Fields would both rather be. Whew! And you were starting to think we’d never get there. 41 10/25/2011-21:06:56-form:2 TOP - Book:Layout 1 10/11/11 4:07 PM Page 42 50 42 -- Book:Layout 1 10/11/11 4:07 PM Page 43 51 PART 1. “Midway in the journey of this life I awakened to find myself lost in a dark wood for I had strayed from the straight path” SO BEGINS Dante’s Comedy.
Lucia had come to Beatrice in Heaven and told her of Dante’s mortal peril: Beatrice, filled with love, had descended to ask Virgil for his services. ” CANTO III: So reads the inscription over the gate of Hell, the entrance to the world of unending damnation. It is important to note that for Dante, and for the church as well, to be damned isn’t the punishment for sin, per se. One damned oneself by turning away from God. Sin could always be forgiven, but to arrogantly refuse to accept God—and to Dante, God is love—one refuses to accept the natural order of the universe.