Dante’s Inferno: the topography of the underworld

The paper should be focused on “strong images” in Dante’s Inferno (Divina Commedia), concerning the topography of the underworld. After a brief introduction to the

topic, it should give diverse insights by also referring to some of the canonical illustrations (Botticelli for example).

It is a paper for a class called Images of World Literature: Illustrations of Virgil, Dante and Goethe, hence any link between such authors is appreciated. And overall

the translation of texts into images (and vice versa) should work as a leitmotif.

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