Frozen in Sin: Satan in Dante's Divine Comedy | Highlight Ep.39
In this Highlight from Hillsdale College’s FREE online course, “Dante's Divine Comedy,” Dr. Stephen Smith recounts the story at the end of Dante's Inferno when Dante reaches the bottom of Hell. At the sight of Satan and his corruption, Dante recoils and begins the ascent out of the pit.
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