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  Dante’s Inferno The Details of Hell  Dante Alighieri    Excommunicated from the Roman Catholic   Church.    Exiled from his home, Florence, Italy.    Authored The Divine Comedy, an epic poem   split into three parts: The    Inferno   (Hell),  Purgatorio   (Purgatory), and    Paradiso (Paradise)    The Divine Comedy is a Religious Allegory  Allegory    “Is the discussion of one subject by   disguising it as another which resembles   the first in some striking way.”    Derived from Dante’s last name    In an allegory the characters, setting and    plot have a hidden or symbolic meaning    beyond their literal meaning.    An Allegory teaches a moral lesson.  Virgil    Roman author of   The Aeneid    , the national epic of Rome.    Virgil is Dante’s guide through Hell.    “forbids me to come there…” Virgil lived   and died before the establishment of   Christ’s teachings in Rome and cannot   therefore enter Heaven.
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