Birth date: October 12, 1896
Died: September 12, 1981
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Done! *cheers* (and an abrupt end it was) I confess I started to loose my enthusiasm by Purgatory, and Paradiso veritably dragged for me. Inferno is indeed the most interesting, likely because it concentrates more on describing the poetic (and in many cases gruesome) justice inflicted there. P...
I know. I know. Everyone gives this 5 stars. It's one of the great books of all time. Etc, etc. Sorry, I did not like it. The problem is definitely with me instead of the book. I've just been preached at so much in my life by people who were religious fakes that when I start seeing or hearing a l...
As ever, Hell is way more interesting than Heaven and Purgatory is a bit of a wash out.
The Divine Comedy is a great work and one of the all time masterpieces. It is my favorite work of Epic Poetry, something that I thought was impossible, because nothing would ever replace the Iliad.Before moving on to my review, I will point out a couple of things that are important in a translation...
I have to read this book, but I thought it was going to amaze me, my favorite was the hell part and all the demons and stuff, i don't know about the pulgatory and the paradise maybe because i'm not a religious person?