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The epic Inferno has been a classic during the course of time, and it's story still has a significance now. The gory details of the punishments, to the flowing language of the text, this story has an eternal song that constantly sings to its subscribers. A lot of people have their favorite areas of the text, however, among the most favorite are the punishments themselves. Dante believed through each and every punishment, and who he put in each offense. It did not matter whether the character was actual in Dante's time frame, or if the individual came from a different narrative. They each had their crime and, according to Dante, paid for each and every one of them. A couple favorite punishments caused by Dante were of the following: the lustful, trapped inside their endless tempest, the flatterers, cursed to eating excrement for eternity, along with the fortune-seers, forced forever to see . The Lustful, found in Circle Two of Inferno, were cursed to be drifting in a never-ending tempest, signifying that they could not control their desires. Virgil and Dante had just left Circle One, known as "Limbo", and passed Minos, who, in his lifetime, was "The legendary king of Crete, son of Zeus and the Phoenician princess Europa" (Leadbetter). He "was made one of the 3 judges in the underworld after his death" (The Free Dictionary). When they enter Circle two, Dante (the pilgrim) is told by Virgil who many of the folks are. He notes that "Semiramis is there, and Dido, Cleopatra, Helen, Achilles, Paris, and Tristan." Dante also spots out Paolo and Francesca, two ill-fated lovers from Dante's time period. They're all caught in a storm, and forever banned from seeing the Light and God, due to choosing to follow their undying desires rather than the legitimate Way...