The Cost of Love In the Divine Comedy, Dante illustrates the consequences of living a life of lust and love. Those who live their lives in an excess of lust will be put in the inferno to live for eternity in Hell. If these people or those of a lesser degree of lust repent before their death, then they chose to go to Purgatory with the knowledge that one day when they are purged of their sins, they will go to heaven. Finally, Those who did not live in total temperance, but still remained loyal to the faith and to God will be put onto Venus in paradise.
Suicide is the second most prevalent cause of death of adolescents (ages 15-19). In Romeo and Juliet, one of William Shakespeare's most acclaimed productions, the primary consequence of the constant parental control over the children is self-harm. Romeo and Juliet are passionate lovers, but their own families strong opinions about the opposing family, prevents the two lovers from being together wholeheartedly. This ghastly restriction leads to the death of two innocent children. Contrary to what some may suggest, I strongly oppose the fact that parents should make all the decisions regarding their children's future.
“... violent delights have violent ends” (II. vi. 11). In the well-known play, Romeo and Juliet, by William Shakespeare there are many fatal deaths. The most intriguing, are the suicides of Romeo and Juliet. Many say the culprits who caused their deaths can be argued. But based on textual evidences, Lord and Lady Capulet are responsible for the suicides of Romeo and Juliet because of their family feud, forcing Juliet to marry Paris, and their lack of parenting.
I think when Romeo and Juliet resort to suicide it is a very immature to do and definitely unhealthy for them and their relatives. It is very immature thing to say because it puts them and their family in a bad situation, because their family wants to assume they might commit suicide but when they say it enough times and do not do it then they end up not caring when they say it. It’s unhealthy for Romeo and Juliet’s mentally for them to keep saying it and actually might commit suicide. It’s unhealthy for their parents mentally because they keep stressing over whether they 're kids are going to commit suicide or not. After awhile of them saying their parents will not believe them but they both ended up killing themselves and their parents did
Dante then arrives in the second circle, Lust; which is for the miscreants how have a compelling impulse for sexual desire. Here in this circle they are blown around by a vicious, ceaseless tempest, never to rest. He arrives to investigate the connections in the middle of affection and desire; keeping in mind there he goes over Francesca de Rimini, who arrives in light of the fact that she slept with her brother by marriage, Paolo Malatesta. As he is going during that time circle he additionally sees, Semiramis, Dido, Cleopatra, Helen of Troy, Achilles, Paris, and Tristan; who were overcome by sexual reverence in the midst of their
Dante Alighieri, who was born in 1265 CE and later died in 1321 CE, was a famous poet in Florence, Italy, most commonly known for his book, Dante’s Inferno. Dante’s Inferno was a product of Dante’s time period because in Florence during this time period, the idea of death and afterlife was very prominent in religion, and Dante’s text, The Inferno, focuses on the idea that the sins committed during one’s life determines the fate of one’s after-life. Because the idea that one’s sins determined their fate and life after death was such a common element in literature and art in Florence during this time period, many other pieces of work emphasized the same ideals, specifically one work in particular, The Scrovegni Chapel. From the years 1303 through 1310 CE, a man named Giotto Di Bondone, an italian painter, used the same principal ideals about sin and life after death that Dante used, in one of his most famous and influential pieces of work, The Scrovegni Chapel.
Heloise was a scholar that was well known for being the most scholarly person, of her time, next to her former husband, Abelard (287). Heloise writes letters to Abelard that detail her undying affection for her former lover. Her motivation behind these writings was to plead her case to her ex husband, to try and see why he fell out of love with her. Dante Alighieri was a poet from Florence, Italy. Specifically, in The Divine Comedy, Dante writes a poem based on the scenario that he gets to visit heaven, hell and purgatory.
Criticisms of ideas and actions are is most effective when it is directed towards the subject and specific about the issue. Whether it is an editorial attacking a politician, a panel of judges grading a performer or a movie reviewer negatively rating a movie, criticism is most effective when it directly addresses the issue. Dante is not shy to challenge sin in The Inferno and his rebuttal of sins is most apparent in Canto XIX where Dante travels through the Third Bolgia of the eighth circle of hell. In this Bolgia, Dante attacks the practice of simony, the act of selling religious offices or favors for money named after Simon Magus, and clearly shows his audience that he is against the practice. Dante Poet’s utilization of apostrophes to interrupt
Some things happen that we have absolutely no control over. Some things we can prevent from happening. And some things are solely our fault or someone else 's. In Shakespeare 's “Romeo and Juliet”, the death of both Romeo and Juliet is arguable on who 's to blame for their death. The death of both of them was caused by the Montagues and Capulets. This is proved by the families feud, that both families were forcing things upon them, and that they wouldn 't allow Romeo and Juliet to make there own choices.
The purpose the author had in mind when he made Dante’s Inferno was to provide entertainment throughout the story. One way the author made the story entertaining was that he added action to the storyline. “Already I had twisted round my palm a length of hair, and pulled some clumps right out” is one part in the story that contains action(Dante 281.102-103). Another way the author could provide entertainment could be the use of suspense for his readers. “ Who first opposed it, all now turned their eyes to the other shore” is a good example of suspense because the people do not know what’s coming next(Dante 183.116-117).