The Divine Comedy of "Inferno" and its Literary Importance to the Ages. Analytical Essay

The Divine Comedy of "Inferno" and its Literary Importance to the Ages.
In-depth report and literary analysis of the work of Dante Alighieri in "Inferno".
# 4188 | 2,575 words | 1 source | 2002 | US
Published on Feb 12, 2003 in Literature (Poetry) , English (Analysis) , Literature (Italian)


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This paper is an analysis of the poem "Inferno" by Dante Alighieri. The author discusses the comedy in "Inferno" and the importance of its style of writing and use of language for the times it was written in.

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"When a man steps up to construct a work of art, they do it for a plethora of ideas. These can be either to change viewpoints, express personal ideas, or insure their name in the years to come. Yet the creator cannot simply be the only one to make a work of art one of importance. It must include the passion of the times and the eagerness for something new and vivacious. To break traditions from the past is to set traditions for the future. Dante Alighieri created a poem in the 1200's that Florentines and the world had never conceived up."

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