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With only a few lines from Dante's dark and epic masterpiece, The Inferno, to guide classics, Inferno is Dan Brown's most compelling and thought-provoking . lated when the Inferno was first " sent forth, complete in itself, by way of experiment;"" and the experiment has been successful in the best sense. All strangers as. It is be- lieved that The Divine Comedy — comprising three canticles, The Inferno, The Purgatorio, and The Paradiso — was writ- ten between 1 and

The mysterious soldiers appear again. Robert realizes that he is retracing his steps from the previous night. They look at security footage and see Robert himself and Ignazio stealing the mask.

The museum guards turn on Robert and Sienna.

They follow the riddle to Venice, where Jonathan suddenly falls unconscious. Robert is captured by the black soldiers, while Sienna escapes. Robert is taken to Elizabeth Sinskey, the director-general of the WHO, and receives an extensive explanation of what is happening: Zobrist, who committed suicide the week before, was a mad scientist and Dante fanatic who engineered a new strain of the Black Death to cleanse the world of overpopulation.

However, Robert stopped calling in after meeting with Marta and Ignazio, and the WHO feared he betrayed them and was working with Zobrist to unleash the plague. Zobrist had paid a shadowy consulting group called The Consortium to protect the cylinder until a certain date.

When Elizabeth took it away, they were obligated to protect whatever the bone cylinder pointed to. They gave Robert drugs to erase his short-term memory, created a fake head wound, and staged every event up to this point so that Robert would desperately solve them.

The leader of The Consortium, having become aware of the bioterrorism plot, has agreed to cooperate with the WHO. Sienna goes rogue and The Consortium realizes she was a secret supporter of Zobrist.

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She learned where the plague is being kept after Robert solved the riddle, and resolves to unleash it manually. At the Hagia Sophia, Robert and the others learn that the plague is in the Cistern, but discover that Sienna is already there. The bag that holds the plague has been broken, infecting all the tourists inside. The leader of The Consortium tries to escape WHO custody with help from disguised underlings, but is caught later by Turkish police.

It is implied that The Consortium will be investigated and ruined. Sienna receives amnesty in exchange for working with the WHO to address the crisis, since she is a medical doctor and transhumanist writer. The virus employs DNA modification to cause infertility in one-third of humans.

The virus has no cure, and even with future technology, changing the human genome back would be hazardous. The human race, therefore, has been forced into a new age of self-understanding. She also worked for The Consortium. She helps Langdon find the virus Zobrist created, but her past relationship with Zobrist makes her loyalty to Langdon suspicious until the end of the novel.

She was a loyal disciple of Zobrist until she reads his last letter and decides to get a hold of his new technology before it can fall into the wrong hands. She uses The Consortium and Robert to follow the Map of Hell and get to ground zero before everyone else, but realizes that Zobrist had set off a futile search as he released his virus well beforehand. The Provost: The head of The Consortium. When he learns that he was helping Zobrist in a bioterrorist attack, he helps the World Health Organization find the weapon.

He is eventually arrested for his hand in the events. She falls to her death following a confrontation with Robert and Sienna in the Palazzo Vecchio.

She is pregnant with her first child. In the visual arts, Signorellis New Chapel at the cathedral in Orvieto, Botticellis hundred drawing sequence illustrating the poem, and Michelangelos Last Judgment in the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican are three of the most prominent examples of Dantes fame and influence. After a waning of interest in Dante in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, fascination with the poet and the poem increased in the early Romantic period and has continued unabated ever since.

In recent years numerous editions, translations, commentaries, scholarly studies, and series of illustrations have appeared in an impressive stream.

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To this day Dante remains one of the towering figures of world literature. What accounts for the immediate and enduring appeal of Dantes poem?

Dante tells the story of the journey of an endangered pilgrim through the known cosmos and the realms of Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise to allow him to see the spectrum of human reality and the glory of divine origins that lead to salvation. Dante makes the pilgrim a version of himself and creates two major voices: the voice of the pilgrim experiencing the journey for the first time, and the voice of the narrator shaping and retelling the journey.

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Consequently he measures the pilgrims journey as in the middle of our life, that is, at the time of the action of the poem in , he is 35 years of age and at the center of the biblical human life span of seventy years. The spectrum of all of human life, as portrayed in the poem, will unfold with breathtaking variety, drama, thought, and beauty. The poem begins in high drama with the pilgrims life hanging in the balance.

He finds himself in a chaotic wooded place, and three beasts cut off his escape up a hill of hope and promise back into the darkness. The faint figure of a man appears to console and lead the pilgrim.

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This is the Roman poet Virgil, who becomes a character of great rational and cultural experience in the poem, a model of the poet in his own time as well as for later readers like Dante, and now a guide for the struggling pilgrim. Since the pilgrim cannot escape the menace of the beasts, he has to take the dark road through Inferno and the realm of the lost souls before he can return to the mountain of hope, which is transformed into the mountain of Purgatory in the second part of the poem.

Dantes Inferno remains the most extensive and dramatic portrayal of the underworld of the dead in Western literature. While Purgatorio and Paradiso show the recuperation of the human soul and its triumph in the presence of the transcendent deity, Inferno explores the world of souls remaining in unhappiness and cut off from the primal sources of life and renewal.

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The world of the early 21st century echoes with images and fears of a chaotic existence with wars, natural disasters, crime, murders, assaults of all kind haunting our daily awareness. As I write this, we in Vermont are reeling under a barrage of shootings and murders in a local elementary school while scanning the horizon for news of foreign wars and looming hurricanes.In accordance with this we should expect the style of the Inferno to be lower than that of the other divisions-and that is exactly what we find.

Dantes Inferno remains the most extensive and dramatic portrayal of the underworld of the dead in Western literature.

In 1lI95 appears the first record of his political activity. The Divine Comedy is also indebted to many theological ideas from the writings of the Christian philosopher and priest St.

I mean that when an ill-born soul appears before him, it confesses itself wholly; and thereupon that Connoisseur of sins perceives what place in Hell belongs to it, and girds him with his tail as many times, as are the grades he wishes it sent down. The world of the early 21st century echoes with images and fears of a chaotic existence with wars, natural disasters, crime, murders, assaults of all kind haunting our daily awareness.

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