Steve Bannon has referenced Dante’s Inferno, an epic poem, on his program this morning. How many of you have read Dante’s Inferno?
Here’s a link that will explain it.
ALSO — Hillsdale College has an excellent on-line presentation you might want to watch:
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First Circle (Limbo)
Second Circle (Lust)
Third Circle (Gluttony)
Fourth Circle (Greed)
Fifth Circle (Anger)
Sixth Circle (Heresy)
Seventh Circle (Violence)
Eighth Circle (Fraud)
Ninth Circle (Treachery)