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The Inferno: Similies in Canto XXXI ; Speaker importance in Canto XXXI
"Which of the two (Dante and Virgil) speaks more in canto XXXI? Why?
1. In Canto XXXI, it can be clearly seen that Virgil speaks more. The purpose that Virgil speaks more is because he is trying to inform Dante of what is happening in their surroundings. We see Dante confused at first by asking "tell me, what city is this?" (Canto XXXI, 21). Through this question, Virgil starts explaining exactly were they are located, the monsters they are going to encounter, descriptions of the monsters, and the reasons that they are there. Also in this Canto, besides the giants, there are no souls t…
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