Thesis Statement: In each Circle and Canto there are different
penalties to pay but it is for sure that each forbidden soul in the
Inferno will live forever in eternal suffering.
II. Medea and Jason
A. Jason's love affair.
B. Medea and the three children exiled.
C. Medea's slaying of the three children and Glauce.
D. Jason's penalties.
III. O. J. Simpson
A. His Crime.
B. His Penalties in the Inferno and in life.
IV. Benedict Arnold
A. His Crime.
B. His Penalties in Hell.
Cantos III, V, and XXXIV are only three of the Cantos of the
fallen souls of the Inferno. The Inferno is the place we call Hell. It
reeks with bad smells and bugs and fire along with the many other
hideous things. The Inferno has many Cantos and Circles, each
for a different sin or wrong doing towards another.
In each circle
and Canto there are different penalties to pay but it is for sure that
each forbidden soul in the Inferno will live forever in eternal
Our first soul to discuss is eternally locked in Canto V,
Circle Two: The Carnal. This man, Jason, became king of Cornith
by committing adultery against his wife, Medea, with the king of
Cornith's daughter, Glauce. Jason returns to Medea and tells her
that she and their three children are to leave his home immediately
so he and Glauce can move in. The following day Medea sends
Glauce a poisoned robe which kills her. This causes Jason to
come to Medea for revenge, where he finds his three children
murdered by their mother's hand. Jason grief stricken falls upon
his own sword and dies there with his sons. Jason is reputed to the
Carnal a place where souls who give up...