The Inferno is one of the only of many books I've read that has actually changed the way I think.
The Inferno is the first volume of the Divine Comedy and tells the story of how Dante is taken by the spirit of Virgil through the depths of Hell.
Mark Musa, the translator, included exceptionally good notes to help the reader understand the story.
Very hard read. Almost a transliteration. Not at all what I was expecting.Published 11 days ago by Kermit Hebert
IS THERE HEAVEN?, HELL, PURGATORY? AFTER YOU SEEK,ASK,KNOCK, YOU WILL KNOW THE ANSWER, READ THE WORD OF GOD,DO NOT LET THE DEVIL LIE TO!!!!!Published 17 days ago by ELIZA HORST
Great book. The notes really help you understand what Dante was trying to convey.Published 17 days ago by Patrick Napier
The book was in decent shape. Although I did buy it used. But the binding was bit damaged more then I had assumed. Other then the damage the book is fine.Published 20 days ago by Kevin
Love Dante. This is the best translation I have found in a long time. I can read Italian so I find this very goood.Published 20 days ago by internet shopper
I was very satisfied with the purchases of all four books .and the person who received them as we'll. five stars!!!thanks N.L.WilliamsPublished 23 days ago by moribajj
it is a clasic for many reasons. every time I read it I take more away from the experiancePublished 27 days ago by douglas hutchinson