mortal being. Becuase Virgil was wrong about the Pagan gods and knows that he was wrong so he can show that knowledge to Dante Who is Minos and what does he do? What do they represent? Most influential and first creator like god What does dante speaking to Virgil make Virgil sound like? Road to salvation, sinfulness, salvation, and types of sin one must overcome What are the three ways an allegory teaches a lesson? Argument between Holy Roman Emperor and Pope about separation between church and state.
His life without God, why does Dante want to climb the hill? Dante excepts no excuses Why does Dante say that there is no excuses for sin? Good friday he enters Hell and by easter sunday he has reached Heaven. APA, mLA, chicago, dantes Inferno. Three separate places and three days What 2 ways does the divine comedy use the #3 in content? Because he did not support the party that won the argument. In a few instances, Dante shows signs of the times in which the Inferno was written.
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When he flaps his wings he creates the ice wind that obesity in our society freezes hell and shows Dante's belief that we damn ourselves Who is beatrice in real life? That Dante must change his ways to avoid hell and salvation is not just a desire (you have to avoid sin) Why does Dante call Virgil the first author? Dantes version of hell is based on that of Medieval Catholicism, which professes to be quite divergent from the Buddhist faith. GOD Why is Virgil the "sole maker from whom I drew the breath"? 3 books, 33 cantos in each book, and written in three line stanzas (terza rima) Two ways that the Divine Comedy uses #3 in setting? Conflict between body and mind, or lust and reason What did the people in the circle of the lustful allow to happen? When did Dante live? Dante's love and thought they were never together she was his guide through heaven What are the three parts of an allegory? Dante's Inferno: Dante's Journey Toward Enlightenment.
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