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To Join the Lost

Seth Steinzor

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ISBN 10: 0982397070 / ISBN 13: 9780982397077
Editorial: Antrim House, 2010
Usado Condición: As New
Librería: Better World Books (Mishawaka, IN, Estados Unidos de America)

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Título: To Join the Lost

Editorial: Antrim House

Año de publicación: 2010

Condición del libro:As New

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Seth Steinzor has written a latter-day version of Dante's Inferno. In this, the first of his three-part transformation of the Divine Comedy, contemporary sinners are treated to terrifyingly contemporary variations on the torments of the original Nine Circles of Hell. The book will be of great interest not only to Dante scholars and students but also to the general public, since its depictions of the Nether World are graphic and offered with all the gusto, indignation, immediacy, and not infrequent humor of Dante's original. The follies and excesses of the modern world have never been more clearly defined and excoriated.

About the Author:

Seth Steinzor, born to a Jewish academic family in California in 1952, grew up in the environs of Buffalo, New York. He has been writing poetry nonstop since his teens. His first significant educational experience was at the Farm and Wilderness Camps in Vermont, from 1964 through 1968. In 1967 and 1968, he attended school in Florence, Italy, living during the week at the Pensione Beatrice, joining his family in Siena on weekends. In that morning, 'twas bliss to be alive. Graduating from Middlebury College in 1974, he attended the University of Maine School of Law in hopes of becoming Atticus Finch. As he is much shorter than Gregory Peck, it did not work out. The early 1980's found him in Boston, working with a Native American advocacy and service organization and as a bicycle courier. There he met the woman he was to marry, and moved to Vermont in 1983 to be with her. They had two children before divorcing in 2004. Along the way, a counselor introduced Steinzor to Buddhist meditation. It has helped. Steinzor has worked for the State of Vermont since 1985, as a civil rights investigator and lawyer, criminal prosecutor, and in social services.

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