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  1. The Symbolism in the Punishment of Sin in Dante's Inferno

    The world does not grant them any fame; pity and justice alike disdain them. Eternal penalty for the sin of neutrality, of never taking a stand and risking the pain involved in showing one's true self, is to be exposed in totality and suffer deadly pain in perpetuity as evidenced in lines 64-66: These wretches, who had never really lived, were naked and stung constantly by hornets and wasps that were there. Circle one of h**l is reserved for those whose only crime is living before Christianity and therefore not worshipping God as is deemed proper by God.

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