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  • Dante's Contrapasso Analysis

    – Divine Comedy, which he composed during the final years of his life. Dante 's Divine Comedy belongs to the list of the most gorgeous pieces of writing ever introduced to the Western literature canon. It consists of three parts Inferno (Hell), Purgatorio (Purgatory), and Paradiso (Heaven), each presenting a unique picture of life after death as imagined based on the established in the fourteenth…

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  • Fate Versus Free Will In Homer's Odyssey

    Fate versus Free will is a debate that has been relevant since the ancient Greeks. Christians take up the vast majority of people who believe in fate. Usually if you believe in God, you most likely believe that God is responsible for the creation of the world and everything in it. Therefore everything that happens in a person’s life is Gods will and your destiny. On the other hand we have those who believe in free will. Usually these people believe that you are responsible for everything that…

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  • Dante's Inferno As A Mathematical Model

    Mathematical models are used to organize large amounts of data to evaluate and consider for any decision. The first sentence of our book states this direction. "The underlying theme of management science, also called operations research is finding the best method for solving some problems…" (1) Operations Research enables planners to make choices in areas that is useful in the management of organizations. Operations Research combines a number of mathematical systems using, statistics,…

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  • Dante Alighieri's The Divine Comedy

    When he began working on The Divine Comedy, Dante Alighieri likely had no idea that it would become widely regarded as one of the most graphic depictions of hell ever written. This epic, narrative, and satirical poem is written in the first person, and follows Dante as he loses his way in a forest and travels through the circles of Hell. Even in the present day it is still read in classrooms, as well as a video game and animated movie based on the epic poem. This epic poem has not only been…

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  • Utopia In 1274: A Brief Summary

    DANTE ALIGHIERI, A divided and divisive figure © Elizabeth Greenwood DANTE ALIGHIERI, a divided and divisive figure, by Elizabeth Greenwood FICTION by…

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  • Kafka And His Precursors Analysis

    Jorge Francisco Isidore Luis Borges (24th August 1899-14th June 1986)’s Other Inquisitions (1964) [originally published as Otras Inquisiciones in 1952] forms a necessary complement to the fictional entities of Fictions (originally published as Ficciones in 1944) and The Aleph (published as El Aleph in 1949) which made him a towering personality in Latin American avant-garde literature. Poet, essayist, critic, translator- Borges is truly a virtuoso. His fiction, a vortex for seemingly the entire…

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