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Podcast Inferno

 

Podcast Inferno

A reading of Dante's Inferno, with 34 readers at the National Gallery of Ireland.
Click on the number of the Canto for the podcast

 

Canto I
Dante, rescued by Virgil’s ghost, must travel the underworld;
Micheál D. Ó hUigínn
Uachtarán na hEireann
Reading in Irish

Canto II
Virgil tells how Beatrice herself has sent him on this quest
Giovanni Adorni
Braccesi, Ambassador of Italy to Ireland
Italian

Canto III
The gates of Hell, the tumult of running souls, the ferryman
Sean Rainbird
English

Canto IV
The First Circle: the Castle of Limbo
Sandra Collins
English

Canto V
Sinful lovers: the tale of Paolo and Francesca
Eithne White
Italian

Canto VI
Gluttons: dire prophecies of Dante’s home town
Sabina Coyne Higgins
English

Canto VII
Misers and wasters at loggerheads: Fortune at work
Enrica Maria Ferrara
Italian

Canto VIII
A brawl with angry souls
Archbishop Charles J. Brown
Apostolic Nuncio to Ireland
English

Canto IX
Breaching the city walls of Hell
Enrico Terrinoni
Italian

Canto X
A Florentine heretic rises from his tomb
Ursula Fanning
Italian

Canto XI
The moral system of Hell explained
Paul Caffrey
Italian

Canto XII
Violence: tyrants and thugs seething in blood
Francis Jacobs
Italian

Canto XIII
The poisoned wood; suicides and prodigals
Jennifer Petrie
Italian

Canto XIV
Violence against God, Nature, or industry; the rivers of Hell
Kerstin Acquaviva
German

Canto XV
The sodomites; Brunetto Latini and Dante’s future
Laura Mora Barreto
Spanish

Canto XVI
The great cataract; three Florentine noblemen
Marian Keyes
English

Canto XVII
Encounter with the monster Geryon and descent into the lowest part of Hell
Susanna Nocchi
John Barnes
Italian

Canto XVIII
Malebolge: panders, seducers and flatterers
Daragh O’Connell
Italian

Canto XIX
Denunciation of corrupt clergy
Catherine O’Brien
Italian

Canto XX
Fortune tellers and diviners; the founding of Mantua
Furio Pietribiasi
Italian

Canto XXI
Punishment of the corrupted: immersed in boiling pitch AND tortured by demons
Margaret Hayes
English

Canto XXII
Mock heroic opening; Dante and Virgil escape from the demons
Rick O’Shea
English

Canto XXIII
Punishment of the hypocrites; Caiaphas
Bernard Wade
Italian

Canto XXIV
Thieves turned into snakes
Erin Swan
Italian

Canto XXV
Further human/snake transformations
Paolo Bartoloni
Italian

Canto XXVI
Counsellors of fraud, Ulysses’ last voyage
Moni Ovadia
Italian

Canto XXVII
Fraud: Guido da Montefeltro tricked by
the Pope Boniface VIII
Philip Coleman
English

Canto XXVIII
Sowers of discord and images of contrappasso
Catherine Dunne
English

Canto XXIX
Falsifiers and alchemists
Rafael Soriano
Spanish/Catalan

Canto XXX
Impersonators, counterfeiters and false witnesses
Corinna Salvadori Lonergan
Italian

Canto XXXI
Encounter with the giants; Antaeus lowers Dante and Virgil to the bottom of Hell
Aileen Altman
English

Canto XXXII
Traitors to kindred, country or party
Giuliana Zeuli
Italian

Canto XXXIII
Ugolino’s tragic death; betrayal of guests
John Banville
English

Canto XXXIV
Traitors to benefactors; encounter with Lucifer, descent past the center of Earth and climb to Purgatory
Eric Haywood
Italian


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