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Paradise is narrated in the first person by the author.
Paradise is recounted in the past tense.
Dante's Paradise is the third and final cantica (volume) in the Divine Comedy, a visionary poem in which Dante imagines himself as a living pilgrim visiting the dead in Hell, Purgatory, and finally Heaven. At the beginning of Paradise, Dante has just finished his ascent of Mount Purgatory. He now leaves Earth behind and seeks God among the stars and planets.
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