IV, Simile for the tombs in the sixth circle. The Iliad, the Odyssey, and the Aeneid are all similar epics in their adventures and their lessons.
The story of The Thousand and One Nights is a unique tale that teaches simple morals throughout the many stories within the main story.
The Journey[ edit ] Both heroes sail over the same sea, sometimes visiting the same locations and experiencing the same difficulties.
VI, 37— Odysseus proceeds to fight off these suitors, killing them so he can have his home back.
XXIX, The Divine Comedy was a Christian. One of the first differences comes when Dante describes a gate into the underworld that Virgil never recounts in the Aeneid.
Without the help of divine intervention though, neither hero would have met his destiny, though there were opposing gods who wanted to delay and provide hardship for the heroes along the journey.
He introduces wise men in the sphere of the Sun. Subject of a discourse on the vices of the people of Tuscany.