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Elijah Solidum chose to write "Elija's Inferno" because he had read Dante's Inferno in class that semester, and he wanted to put a personal and more modern spin on Dante's masterpiece. He tried to keep Dante's general rhyming and syllabic patterns while using references that people would understand today.
Artifacts ; issue 11 (2014)
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