Hell: An Illustrated History of the Nether World
The author delves into the artistic, social, political and historical anomaly of Hell, and offers explanations and explorations of the ways in which the mythical region is inhabited by the tortured and unfulfilled. This book looks at cultural perceptions of Hell throughout the ages, from the Hades of the ancient Greeks to the vast seven-storied hell of the Swahilis. Full-color illustrations.
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Hell: An Illustrated History of the NetherworldUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Knight, a scholar of medieval literature and modern poetry, has put together biographical sketches of 36 women--designated as precursors, muses, writers, or artists--who participated in the Beat ... Read full review
Review: Hell: An Illustrated History of the NetherworldUser Review - Dan Verkys - Goodreads
Quite interesting, but I found I had to really focus to get through it (not a failing of the book, just my attention span) lovely illustrations. Read full review