The latter. Just trying to understand why it was titled the divine comedy.
The only thing that I've been able to come up with, looking at the whole,
would be that, despite all the sufferings that exists in hell, it basically tries
to explain that even hell is holy, by its process of purification.
But is that really what a comedy is?
Given the many nightmares that exists, with some being even worse than
nightmares, I guess I have a really hard time seeing the whole. Not trying
to get hung up on titles, I just seek to understand its reasoning.
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