In Dante's divine comedy (Inferno) a distinction is made between the physical world
In Dante's divine comedy (Inferno) a distinction is made between the physical world and the spiritual world, the physical body and the spiritual body, the physical city and the spiritual city. Choose 2 passages from the Inferno to compare and contrast these 2 aspects. Be sure to make your argument using textual evidence.
You can bring in Florence or the city of DIS or the role of Dante as a viator (traveler) and his physical forms. You can consider the cityscape of Dante's Hell. You can consider Inferno as a perverted city. You can juxtapose it with the celestial city (for instance by bringing in Augustine). You can analyze a particular infernal citizen as citizen. You can consider the citizens of Hell through the dichotomy "being inside/being outside."