Inferno by the Italian author Dante is a work of fiction published in the 1500s, as part of The Divine Comedy. It tells of the fictional journey that two men, Dante himself as well as Greek poet Virgil, takes through Christian Hell. Hell is made up of several levels, or circles, in which sinners are divided and punished according to their sins. Their punishments are measured according to how many good deeds vs bad deeds were done.
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- Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes, p. 19.