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As an epic journey to Hell and back, The Inferno, clearly traces its ancestry, in part, to the Aeneid. As an "autobiographical" record of a spiritual struggle, it also has equally obvious roots in Augustine's Confessions. We come to this book, then, uniquely well-versed in its literary antecedents. Where do you see the influence of the Aeneid in Dante's poem? Of Augustine's Confessions in the Inferno?

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