Gluttony

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  • Punishment: On-going Rainfalls of poop for eternity.
  • Canto 6 - Circle 3 ->Sin: Overeating (gluttony)
  • Dante makes it to the 3rd circle. He notices the terrible smell and sees feces everywhere. Dante and Virgil are walking but a three-headed dog stops them in their paths. This monsters name is Cerberus. He will not stop barking so Virgil throws a chunk of earth at him.
  • Dante
  • Virgil
  • Cerberus
  • Dante and VIrgil continue on walking to the 3rd Circle as one of the damned stops Dante and Virgil and asks if Dante recognizes him. This gluttonous man is named Ciacco. Ciacco claims to remember Dante from Florence. As they both continue on arguing if Ciacco is from Florence or not, Ciacco explains that he must return to the Naked Shades which holds him for punishment.
  • Ciacco
  • Icon 2: Ciacco - Ciacco is one of the damned in this canto. He claims to be from Florence and that he knows Dante from the past life. He has been described as the most gluttonous fellow that had ever lived. He was referred to as the man that everybody called “Ciacco.” Vittorio Sermonti studied the comedy concluding his hypothesis that Ciacco is the poet dell’Anguillara, which is false.
  • Icon 1: Cerberus - Cerberus guards the Greek underworld from any dead leaving and any living enter. Cerberus Is also well known for his serpents tail, his mop of snakes, and his giant lion claws. He is often refered to as the “hellhound” which makes a lot of sense because he is a fierce hound from hell.
  • Allusion 1 : The Muck (Excrement) - The Muck is the human excrement that falls on the damned. The mass amount of feces work with the crime, because the more you eat, the more you defecate. According do how the Divine Comedy takes it, they and I feel like it only makes just the same about of since just to dump it on the sinners.
  • Allusion 2 : The Naked Shades - The Naked Shades are what the canto explains to be the holders of the damned, the hiding spot for Cerberus & Ciacco.
  • This quote means that wherever Dante travels through hell, he will always end up seeing the damned souls over and over again. Every few steps he takes he sees new punishments for the sinners, new ways to suffer, new ways learn how hell gets worse and worse circle by circle the deeper you go.
  • "...new torments and new tormented souls I see around me wherever I move, and howsoever I turn, and wherever I gaze."
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