Dante's Journey To Hell Analysis

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Journey to Hell Dante Alighieri, an Italian poet via himself as a narrator, introduces his journey to hell through his poem “ The Divine Comedy: Inferno” which is one of the great poem he wrote. He describes how middle of his age, he ends up lost in the woods, and how he tries to leave but he cannot, which is the beginning of Dante’s journey to hell in Canto 1. This paper argues that, going to hell is not an easy road and it takes a lot of misery and fear, the people who have made mistakes during their lifetimes, they end up in the hell based on the level of how bad their mistakes were and Dante was one of them, so for him to realize that he made the mistakes he ends up his way up …show more content…
Each clause is build with adverbs and adjectives, which grammatical layering enhances the narrative to make reading more interesting. For example, Dante said “Midway along the journey of our life,” (Canto1-1) that he was half way to his life when the scene happened. “I woke to find myself in a dark wood,” (Canto1-2) he wakes up lost in the woods during the night and it is very dark, which helps the story to be more dramatic and help reader to have imagination of how he started the journey to hell. Dante said, “for I had wandered off from the straight path” (Canto1-3) where he meant that he was lost, he thought that he might be on the wrong side of the

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