A program for adults | Free Alice MacKay Room, Lower Level Dante's Inferno, as part of the trinity of canticas (along with Purgatorio and Paradiso) which make up a great epic, The Divine Comedy, is grand and encyclopedic in its portrayal of a medieval vision of reality. At the same time, it can be seen as the deeply personal description of one man's journey from despair to fulfillment. Lecture by Ken MacMillan. This event is part of the 54th Langara College Community Lecture series: Success, presented by current and retired Langara College faculty. For more information please contact Vancouver Public Library at 604-331-3603. Sponsored by Langara College http://www.langara.bc.ca/ (starfishian)
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