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Dante Alighieri
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    Wrote 'The Divine Comedy,' consisting of 'Inferno,' 'Purgatorio' and 'Paradiso'
    He was infatuated with a woman named Beatrice, though he married someone else.
    He was exiled from his native Florence for refusing to pay a fine.
    'The Divine Comedy' isn't even a comedy.
    All Dante's political enemies became characters in the 'Inferno.'
    He risked his career and life when he stood up to the Pope.
    His guide in 'The Divine Comedy' is the Roman poet Virgil.
    His writing draws on both Christian and Greco-Roman philosophy.
    'The Divine Comedy' is the greatest literary work of the Middle Ages.

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