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The Divine Comedy

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Author: Dante Alighieri

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The Divine Comedy is the story of a pilgrim's journey to God. A man named Dante is lost in the dark woods. Through the intervention of his beloved Beatrice in Heaven, the Roman poet, Virgil appears in the forest to lead Dante to her. In order to reach Heaven however, they must first pass through Hell and Purgatory.

therese milanes

Its a great classic. Lengthy but of course we all know its a classic.


James Cannon

This is a Classic it must be respected and is a must for any fan of fantasy or classics.


Anonymous

I personnally think this is one of the greatest books ever writen. Dante tells an amazing story.


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