Further information

This has been a fairly simple presentation of Dante’s Inferno.

The treatment of sin and evil in the Inferno is much more nuanced than diagrams alone can communicate, although the organization of sins is fascinating in itself.

There are many editions and translations of Dante’s Divina Commedia – why not read more, or come along to the Lectura Dantis Andreapolitana readings and lectures?

You can find out more on our website (link on the right) , and sign up for our mailing list.

Let us know if you would be interested in more activities like this one.

3 Responses to Further information

  1. gabriella delgado says:

    great exercise!

  2. I found this to be positive and thought provoking. I am taking lectures on Dante at university, and I have learned to appreciate the fantastic scope of the Commedia, and that it will take more than a one hour lecture per week to really come to grips with this fantastic piece of early renaissance literature.

  3. I enjoyed the exercise!

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