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By the end of the story Dante gives you the impression that he does not feel pity for sinners being punished because he looks at it as a form of divine intervention. Dante Gives off a obvious bias in the story that he is a Christian. One way he shows that is that fact that the story is a journey through hell which shows a obvious relationship to the bible...
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One way he shows that is that fact that the story is a journey through hell which shows a obvious relationship to the bible. Another clue that he has a Christian bias is the he believes that people in limbo "were born without the light of Christ's revelation" (Ciardi 49). This show that he obviously believes in Jesus Christ...
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