Dante's Paradiso: The Vision of Paradise from The Divine Comedy (First Avenue Classics)

Dante's Paradiso: The Vision of Paradise from The Divine Comedy (First Avenue Classics)


Paradiso is the 3rd and ultimate a part of Italian poet Dante Alighieri's epic poem Divine Comedy and describes Dante's trip via heaven. he's now led via Beatrice, who joined him on the finish of Purgatorio. Beatrice takes Dante into the 9 celestial spheres of Heaven. From the 1st Sphere, the place they locate those that have been stable yet didn't preserve their vows, to the 9th Sphere and the Empyrean, the house of the angels and God, Dante studies the advantages given to those that dwell a lifestyles devoted to God. Dante wrote his narrative poem among 1308 and 1321. This model is taken from a 1901 English version, that includes British writer Rev. H. F. Cary's clean verse translation and woodcut illustrations via French artist Gustave Doré.

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