We continue the discussion of Dante's first encounters in Hell: the puny souls blindly rushing behind a nameless flag, representing most of the people who have ever lived, who have done nothing with their lives; and the fearful souls waiting to be ferried across the river. And why does Dante faint at the end of the canto?
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Dante's Inferno, Canto 3 (part 2)
Evening under Lamplight Podcast
Robert-Louis Abrahamson brings to life literary classics, and invites you to bring them into your life, helping you see the world, and yourself, in new ways.
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