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Setting vs Story - Dantes Inferno and Sartres No Exit This essay is on setting differences using the works of Dantes The Inferno and Jean Paul Sartres No Exit Adam looks about spotting all the important people that will influence the rest of his life He takes a deep breath and prepares to make this his last and final addition to life Quietly he draws back from the church as if to stop time this moment may define him as a man He turns to look at the priest as if to reply his answer but suddenly he realizes the hand he is holding is as cold as death Quickly he snaps back into reality recognizing he is not asking for his brides hand in marriage but burying her Once again his mind tricked him into thinking that he was starting all over again with a new chance however as in life sometimes there are no second chances Dantes Inferno and Jean Paul Sartres No Exit illustrate irony in setting in similar ways such that there are no second chances in life Both works take the readers into the minds of their authors where each author gives their interpretation of hell Dantes and Jean Paul Sartres works both have similar aspects of setting that are expressed in similar styles Through symbolism representation and finite physical details each author establishes irony yet also reinforces his theme When Dante wrote The Inferno his mind thrived on the different levels of interpretation likewise Jean Paul Sartres mind thrived on this and he patterned No Exit after Dantes work The symbolism expressed in Dantes Inferno correlates directly in some cases to the play written by Jean Paul Sartre No Exit Symbolism in both works cannot be defined by one level of thinking and neither can it be comprehended on one level However symbolism in relation to the setting of both works exhibits the nature of
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