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'''''Inferno''''' was a [[poem]] by [[Dante]] which told the story of a visit to [[Hell]].
 
'''''Inferno''''' was a [[poem]] by [[Dante]] which told the story of a visit to [[Hell]].
   
[[Whitechapel]] in [[1888]] reminded [[William Blake]] of a scene from Dante's ''Inferno''. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Pit]]'')
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In [[1505]], [[Leonardo da Vinci]] used "Dante's ''Inferno''" as a curse. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[The Swords of Kali (comic story)|The Swords of Kali]]'')
   
[[Victoria Waterfield]] thought that the [[Darkheart colony]] looked like something from Dante's ''Inferno''. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Dark Path]]'')
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[[Whitechapel]] in [[1888]] reminded [[William Blake]] of a scene from Dante's ''Inferno''. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Pit (novel)|The Pit]]'')
   
The Five Outer Worlds were named after the lowest circles of Dante's Hell. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Taking of Planet 5]]'')
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[[Victoria Waterfield]] thought that the [[Darkheart colony]] looked like something from Dante's ''Inferno''. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Dark Path (novel)|The Dark Path]]'')
   
[[Nyssa]] thought that the sight of thousands of humans who were addicted to ''[[Surrender, Earthlings!]]'' and now experiencing withdrawal was the nearest she would ever come to experiencing Dante's ''Inferno''. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life]]'')
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The Five Outer Worlds were named after the lowest circles of Dante's Hell. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Taking of Planet 5 (novel)|The Taking of Planet 5]]'')
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[[Nyssa]] thought that the sight of thousands of humans who were addicted to ''[[Surrender, Earthlings!]]'' and now experiencing withdrawal was the nearest she would ever come to experiencing Dante's ''Inferno''. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life (short story)|Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life]]'')
   
 
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Inferno was a poem by Dante which told the story of a visit to Hell.

In 1505, Leonardo da Vinci used "Dante's Inferno" as a curse. (COMIC: The Swords of Kali)

Whitechapel in 1888 reminded William Blake of a scene from Dante's Inferno. (PROSE: The Pit)

Victoria Waterfield thought that the Darkheart colony looked like something from Dante's Inferno. (PROSE: The Dark Path)

The Five Outer Worlds were named after the lowest circles of Dante's Hell. (PROSE: The Taking of Planet 5)

Nyssa thought that the sight of thousands of humans who were addicted to Surrender, Earthlings! and now experiencing withdrawal was the nearest she would ever come to experiencing Dante's Inferno. (PROSE: Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life)

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