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Publisher's Summary

En este poema alegórico Dante Alighieri muestra un proceso de perfección para alcanzar la felicidad humana y divina. La obra consta de tres partes: Infierno, Purgatorio y Paraíso. Para llegar a éste último es preciso seguir un camino que obliga a pasar por un rechazo del pecado (infierno) y purificación del arrepentimiento (purgatorio) que permitan llegar a la felicidad humana y religiosa (paraíso). Dante, acompañado por el poeta Virgilio - la razón - y, posteriormente, por Beatriz - la revelación - realiza este peregrinaje por los distintos círculos del infierno y purgatorio hasta llegar al último estado de felicidad.

Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.

Public Domain (P)2007 Mediatek S.A

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great audiobook

absolutely awesome, i transported myself in th narrative of ths story ,loved this audiobook.
i really recomend this .

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the narrator sometimes can ruin the reading

I do not like the narrator , the voice sounds like suffering but awkward. false

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Recomendada

Me gustó mucho algo que jamás había escuchado. Creo que muchos quedarán sorprendidos y en conclusión la Divina Comedia es un extraordinario Clásico.

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last divina comedia

This seems to be a condensed version of the original book. It is good if reader wants a short version.

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Un clásico

Bien narrado para ser una obra tan extensa, buen sonido, buen narrador, te captura bien

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Great

This book is awesome. Also the narrator's performance is unbelievably outstanding. I love it.

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Un clásico con una incómoda narración

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Increíble experiencia auditiva de un clásico.

What was one of the most memorable moments of La Divina Comedia [The Divine Comedy]?

La narración del infierno es, como se esperaba, terrorífica.

Any additional comments?

Había leído el libro anteriormente, quería probar la experiencia de la narración de tal clásico y .. muy desalentador, en momentos bobo. <br/><br/>Céntrese en la florencia renacentista ó terminará hastiado.

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Great but not complete

What did you love best about La Divina Comedia [The Divine Comedy]?

I wish they had the complete version, but this resume its good enough

What was one of the most memorable moments of La Divina Comedia [The Divine Comedy]?

I really like the fact that it includes sounds to help the customer to imagine the book

What about Carlos Celestre’s performance did you like?

yes he was a really good narrator

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Good start in the topic

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The reader's tone is excellent, although sometimes he goes a bit too much expressive in my opinion; just a matter of personal taste.

Would you recommend La Divina Comedia [The Divine Comedy] to your friends? Why or why not?

Yes as a starting point before reading (or listening to) the unabridged literary work.

Which scene was your favorite?

All the inferno portion of the book is great; I would say it leaves few surprises for the rest of the journey.

Do you think La Divina Comedia [The Divine Comedy] needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Of course not. The masterpieces of literature must remain where they are; any attempt to build around them is mere commercial work.

Any additional comments?

La Divina Comedia, in this case in Spanish and in my experience in English too, is an elevated read. The abridged version is the best way to get into Dante's world.