Each of the 4 Rounds is named after an individual who personifies the sin. A figure named Buoso perhaps either Buoso degli Abati or Buoso Donati, the latter of whom is mentioned in Inf. He growls and tears at the damned with his teeth and claws. This level is also home to the wood of the suicides- stunted and gnarled trees with twisting branches and poisoned fruit. Desire is an impulse that is not itself vicious in itself but is indeed essential to spiritual life.
Dante sees a fire ahead and realizes that figures of honor rest near it. He is a traitor to his country. The pit is filled with monstrous : the shades of thieves are pursued and bitten by and , who curl themselves about the sinners and bind their hands behind their backs. Because this is his home in Hell—Limbo. These are the souls of people who in life took no sides; the opportunists who were for neither good nor evil, but instead were merely concerned with themselves.
Lucifer has wings that he unceasingly flaps and this make the lake frozen. Dante also condemns Muhammad's son-in-law, , for schism between and : his face is cleft from top to bottom. Dante describes that Circle 2 of the Inferno is dark and it is smaller than Circle 1. In the depths of Hell waits for. Virgil is unable to convince them to let Dante and him enter, and Dante is threatened by the consisting of , , and and. In Bolgia 5 are housed corrupt politicians, in Bolgia 6 are hypocrites and in the remaining 4 ditches, Dante finds hypocrites Bolgia 7 , thieves Bolgia 7 , evil counselors and advisers Bolgia 8 , divisive individuals Bolgia 9 and various falsifiers such as alchemists, perjurers and counterfeits Bolgia 10. They are discovered by the husband of Francesca.
Here, Dante sees Alexander the Great disputed , Dionysius I of Syracuse, Guy de Montfort and many other notable historical and mythological figures such as the Centaurus, sank into a river of boiling blood and fire. From the foot of the Great Cliff to the Well which forms the neck of the funnel are large spurs of rock, like umbrella ribs or spokes, which serve as bridges over the ten ditches. We have only affordable prices for you, and we offer a quality service. They use great weights as a weapon, pushing it with their chests which symbolizes their selfish drive for fortune during their lifetime. You encounter a seven-walled castle, and within those walls you find rolling fresh meadows illuminated by the light of reason, whereabout many shades dwell.
Those in Hell are people who tried to justify their sins and are unrepentant. Dante then rejoins Virgil and, both mounted atop Geryon's back, the two begin their descent from the great cliff in the Eighth Circle: the Hell of the Fraudulent and Malicious. It begins with a look at Dante and his lady love, Beatrice. Dante and Virgil reach it on the back of Geryon, a flying monster with different natures, just like the fraudulent. Each face has a mouth that chews eternally on a prominent traitor. Ulysses, the figure in the larger horn of the flame, narrates the tale of his last voyage and death Dante's invention.
The Outer Ring houses murderers and others who were violent to other people and property. The two of them then begin their journey to the. Fra Alberigo's sin is identical in kind to that of Branca d'Oria, a Genoese Ghibelline who, in 1275, invited his father-in-law, Michel Zanche seen in the Eighth Circle, Bolgia 5 and had him cut to pieces. Limbo The people who are in the first circle of Hell have either not been baptized or those who may not be sinful, but have not accepted Christ either. Virgil also answers Dante's question about the punishments in Hell. She is bounded to her lover Paolo and they are stuck in that position eternally.
Dante's Limbo--technically the first circle of hell--includes virtuous non-Christian adults in addition to unbaptized infants. Here, Dante sees many prominent people from classical antiquity such as Homer, Socrates, Aristotle, Cicero, Hippocrates and Julius Caesar. The centaur arrives to punish the wretch; he has a fire-breathing on his shoulders and snakes covering his equine back. Dante finds stretched out on the sands; for blasphemy against , he was struck down with a thunderbolt during the ; he is still scorning Jove in the afterlife. The implication of seeing fellow poets in Hell is that Dante, too, may end up there. The simonists, wedged into stone holes, and whose feet are licked by flames, kick and writhe desperately.
Level 7 Guarded by the Minotaur, who snarls in fury, and encircled within the river Phlegethon, filled with boiling blood, is the Seventh Level of Hell. There are four kinds of traitors as there are four part in this circle. Although Dante implies that all virtuous non-Christians find themselves here, he later encounters two and in Purgatory and two and in Heaven. These are the virtuous pagans, the great philosophers and authors, unbaptised children, and others unfit to enter the kingdom of heaven. He has been in a deep sleep for some time, so his eyes are rested. In the Second Circle, sinners are doomed to be caught up in and whipped around for eternity in the stormy winds. The circles are , representing a gradual increase in , and culminating at the centre of the earth, where is held in bondage.
Here, Dante learns the story of a pair of adulterers, Francesca da Rimini and Paolo Malatesta. He was sent to Hell due to his torture and gruesome punishment of people within his conquered lands. He says that he does not remember how he lost his way, but he has wandered into a fearful place, a dark and tangled valley. Lucia, also in Heaven, who in turn heard about the poor poet from an unnamed lady, most likely the Virgin Mary. Then, on earth, a demon inhabits the body until the body's natural death.