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Dante gave us his idea of Hell and Satan, but I think that he left it up to us to form our own ideas. Everyone has there own Hell, but you can always chose not to end up in it.
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After reading both translations of the Inferno it is obvious that different translators have different ideas of what is important. The version that came out of out literary books seemed to have been translated for a younger audience. However the version not from the book had a much darker feel to it...
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