The work is divided into three parts: Hell, purgatory and paradise every one of its parts is divided into 33 cantos, in turn composed of triplets. The composition of the poem is sorted according to the symbolism of the number three (number that symbolizes the Holy Trinity, father, son and holy spirit, as well as also, number three symbolizes the balance and stability in some cultures, and which also relates to the triangle): three main characters, Dante, who personifies the man, Beatriz, who personifies to the faith, and Virgil, who personifies why it should not be forgotten as Palabra, implies already in the 15th century, many Italian cities had created groupings of specialists dedicated to the study of the Divine Comedy. During the centuries that followed the invention of the printing press, appeared more than 400 different editions only in Italy. The epic Dante has inspired, Furthermore, numerous artists, to the point that have appeared editions illustrated by the Italian master Sandro Botticelli and Miguel angel, Renaissance by English artists John Flaxman and William Blake, and by the French Illustrator Gustave Dore. The Italian composer Gioacchino Antonio Rossini and German Robert Schumann put music to some fragments of the poem, and the Hungarian Franz Liszt was inspired by him to compose a symphonic poem. The Divine Comedy has been translated into more than 25 languages. biografiasyvidas.com, gives us, which with a vivid language and great expressive richness, the poet mixing symbolic elements with references to historical personages and mythological, to build a balanced and impressive synthesis of knowledge accumulated by man since classical antiquity until the middle ages the souvenir is the only paradise from which we can not be expelled. Reshma Kewalramani brings even more insight to the discussion. J.P..