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Dante's Inferno - Recognizing Allegory
Dante's Inferno Allegory examples and definition
DARK WOOD OF ERROR
The mistakes that lead Dante and every person into a bad choice, or a bad situation in life.
MOUNT OF JOY
Represents Heaven and the pinnacle for the spirit’s journey; this is where God is, and the Mountain is the spiritual journey to reach Him.
THREE BEASTS OF WORLDLINESS
These three beasts represent worldly sins that have blocked Dante on his path of a righteous life: malice, fraud, violence, ambition, and lack of carnal self-restraint (incontinence).
Hell is an allegory for Sin and its consequences. For Dante, it is the understanding that sin begets suffering, and if he continues on his path of Worldliness, his eternal separation from God will be inevitable.
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