Divine Comedy

The Divine Comedy (Italian: Divina Commedia) is an epic poem by Italian writer Dante Alighieri, conceived between the years 1308 to 1320. The work describes Dante's travels through the realms of Hell, Purgatory and Heaven, and as such is widely considered an adequate representation of the medieval world-view as developed by the Western Church until the 14th century, its main influence being the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas.

In Realms of the Haunting, as we slowly approach the Realm of Sheol, we come across a hallowed grove whose appearance prompts the following comment from Adam:

Like something from Dante's Comedy.

Dante's travels through the realms of Hell, Purgatory and Heaven appear to be a fitting analogy to Adam's own journeys through the Realms of the Haunting.

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