Hunt Emerson, the dazzlingly talented cartoonist, tackles the biggest literary name of them all: Dante.
Emerson’s Inferno delights on many levels: as an ingenious translation of classic verse; an effortlessly readable introduction to a complex poem; a delicious crib for anxious Dante students; and as a warm tribute from the master of one art form to the grand master of another. Hunt’s cartoon is followed by Kevin Jackson’s essay on Dante. Wildly clever and witty, but essentially reverent, it is a wonderful treat for anyone who already loves Dante.
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