and Hector (and others) were immortalized by Homer and at the same time Homer, and also Dante, were immortalized through their writings. The first circle has light and a sense of comfort, two things it doesnt share with any other level of Hell. Lord of the Flies by William Golding You could argue that Lord of the Flies is not so much fanfiction as parody, but there's no question that William Golding used the book The Coral Island as a starting point for Lord of the Flies. All of the inhabitants of this circle are swept up like leaves in a storm, denied the light and reason of God management Accounting they are eternally dammed to ride the hurricane like winds around the second circle.
As long as humans have been coming up with stories, other humans have been asking, "OK fine, but what if these two characters totally boned? While both poems are important works that became both standard reading and symbols of cultural greatness, they are very different, with one focusing on war and the other on religion and one belonging to oral tradition and the other to literary practice. The major similarity between them is that ancient Greece and Renaissance Italy were not actually nations but rather collections of city states and territories united by cultural and linguistic ties. Well, The Aeneid is complete fanfiction for both The Odyssey and The Iliad.
Movers and Shakers: Dante
Sins and Punishments in Dantes Inferno
Dumas may not have been the ideal library patron, but he did write a preface to his novel explaining that these characters were originally from a book called Mmoires de Monsieur d'Artagnan, and that he wanted to know what other adventures they might get. Dante also used real-life characters to send his message of virtue. Unlike Homer who glorified war, Dante did not advocate war and violence. Paradise Lost by John Milton, oK, so there have been a lot of stories based on the Bible. Comparison Rubric, dante, on the other hand, presented to the readers the perfection of Gods justice. The main difference that could be seen in Homers presentation of immortality with Dantes is that while Homer only immortalizes the characters found in his epic poem, Dante presented immortality as could be achieved both by those encompassed in the poets story and the poet.