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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Up from Hell: Dante’s Lessons for Millennials

Rod Dreher at Intercollegiate Review.
"Most readers of the Commedia never go past the Inferno, which is a serious mistake. It’s impossible to understand Dante’s teaching without Purgatorio and Paradiso, which tell the reader how Dante, enslaved by his passions in the thicket of despair, finds his way back to light and freedom."

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