The Drightenly Rake or Godly Funspel (Italish: La Divina Commedia) is a sagaly leeth by Italish leethwright Dante Alighieri. It is thought of as the great work of Italish booklore. It is split into three songs called Inferno (Hell), Purgatorio (Sweepfire) and Paradiso (Godstow).

In the Godly Funspel, Dante tells a madebelieve tale of his travels through the three mennish stands in the afterlife. Many well-known souls of the Middle Eld and Oldendom are shown. It is built umb the teachings of the Romish Broad Church.

The WorkEdit