Front Page Titles (by Subject) CANTO VI - The Divine Comedy, Vol. 1 (Inferno) (Bilingual edition)
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CANTO VI - Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy, Vol. 1 (Inferno) (Bilingual edition) 
The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. The Italian Text with a Translation in English Blank Verse and a Commentary by Courtney Langdon, vol. 1 (Inferno) (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1918).
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The Third Circle. The Hell of Incontinence. Intemperance in the Use of Food. Cerberus. Gluttons. Ciacco
In view of the Italian people’s well known temperance in the use of wine, etc., it is interesting to note that it did not occur to Dante to mention intoxication in this canto, or anywhere in the Inferno, except in the case of Pope Boniface VIII. (xxvii, 99.)
While no one this side of the experience can know what a “future life” will be like, one can imagine that it will involve a fuller consciousness of the eternity in which one is already living in this life, and of which one is at times aware.