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Dante’s PrideWe’re going to go ahead say it outright: Dante is a tad bit arrogant. He has no qualms about proclaiming himself one of the best poets of all time. When discussing Florence...
Virgil’s Adherence to ClassicismYou could read Virgil's adherence to Classicism as a fancy way of saying that Virgil is pagan. This is definitely one aspect of his fading presence in Purgator...
If you’ve perused Virgil’s "Character Analysis," you might’ve gotten the impression that we’re a little luke-warm about Statius. Everything about him might seem a little too...
Beatrice as Divine KnowledgeDuring her relatively short appearance in the narrative (only four cantos), Beatrice receives numerous references relating her to Divine Knowledge. Let’s go throug...
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