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Nine Circles of Dante's Inferno
Religion and Theology
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Student’s name: Professor’s name: Module title: Module ID: Submission date: Nine Circles of Dante’s Inferno The present paper aims to elucidate the consequences of committing various sins within the Dante’s perspective on the one hand, and its association with the passion and ambitions of the bikers some anonymous writer has elaborated by declaring them as the traits of a typical biker of contemporary times.
Franke (2009) is of the opinion that Dante’s Inferno is conceived primarily as an expansion of the ancient epic motif of the katabasis or “going down” of the protagonist to the underworld for a revelation of his destiny from beyond the threshold of death. The poet’s contemporary political and literary circles criticized the work by viewing it as the reflection of Dante’s hatred for his political opponents. In addition, the journey also portrays the tales he had listened to from his elders and religious mentors, which describes the pains and sufferings inflicted upon the individuals who, according to his view, led a life of deviancy and sin on the earth by breaking the law o religion and morality. It is because of his adherence and commitment with the same faith that Dante demonstrates feelings of sympathies and remorse for some sinful individuals burning into the flames of Inferno, while he is delighted on finding a few of them on finding them at such a horrible dwelling. Similarly, Dante also takes pity on a group of people because of their miserable plight by stating them as not the guilty of the sins they are being punished. ...
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