Midway on our life’s journey, I found myself
In dark woods, the right road lost.
These famous lines, narrated by Dante, open
The simple contrast between the “dark woods,” which embody Dante’s fear, and the “right road,” which embodies Dante’s confidence in God, makes his challenge clear—he sets out to look for God in a sinful world. His reference to “our life” contributes to the allegorical level of
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