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    Inferno Canto 34

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    In cantos XXXIV in the Inferno by Dante, are there hierarchically organized sins that are more evil than the other sins?

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    In this Canto, it is describing the ninth and final circle of hell. There are only three sinners here, each being chewed on by a different head of Lucifer. While Brutus and Cassius are head down, Judas is head up, meaning that Judas has his head in ...

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    This answer describes the sins of Brutus, Cassius, and Judas and their punishments in Dante's ninth circle of hell in The Inferno.

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