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Reching the inner edge of the sixth circle, Dante witnesses the desgtruction of Hell that occurred during the descent of Jesus during his three days of “death”.  Levels include the Woods of the Suicides, River of Blood, and the figure of Geryon, and many more.


Dante’s Inferno is one fo the great classic works of literature.  It remains as one of the most enduring works ever printed.  Inferno is the first part of a trilogy called The Divine Comedy with Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradise being the three components.  Here, Eric Jackson does a modern translation in blank verse to convey the majesty in Dante’s work.  Accompanying the work are magnificent illustrations from Gustave Dore from his own work on Dante’s Inferno which didn’t feature full text.  This wonderful collection of an adaptation and Dore’s masterful art provides a spellbinding classic for today’s world. Each issue also explores the stanzas of Dante’s original work and background on Dante.


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I am very disappointed. This is not a comic book or a graphic novel. It is a book with pictures. I bought this because I was hoping to get my students each a copy to use in an English class that has struggling readers. I expected a graphic novel, not [...]
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