Dante's "Divine Comedy" Poem Review by The Research Group

Dante's "Divine Comedy"
This paper considers both the structure and poetic symbols in Dante's "The Divine Comedy."
# 73650 | 2,486 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Literature (Poetry)

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The paper examines both the structure and poetic symbols in Dante's epic poem "The Divine Comedy." The paper explains how he utilizes both in expressing the poem's themes.

From the Paper:

"Dante's masterpiece, "The Divine Comedy" is an epic poem which traces man's quest to reach God and discover a true world order. Indeed as Dante travels through Hell, Purgatory and Heaven he undergoes a spiritual transformation as a result of his journey and finds answers to the moral questions that have nagged him. The poem functions as an allegory as it allows Dante to express both his political and religious views while teaching his readers a lesson in spiritual and moral matters."

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