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This particular book makes up the second volume of The Divine Comedy and follows the pilgrim of Dante after coming out of the furious land of Hell. Beatrice, who is Dante’s primary source of inspiration is unveiled for the first time in near the banks of the river Lethe. Her beauty nearly blinds his pilgrim, which symbolizes his love and emotions towards her.
What makes this book stand out?
Dante’s poetic genius is evident in this volume along with his ability to combine and create compelling stories of sin and redemption.
Read it for
The literary images used in this particular volume is mesmerizingly beautiful along with significant usage of powerful words and phrases, which enhances the poetry further.
Don't read it for
A bit hard to understand