inferno pegs the odometer needle into the red at the outset and stays there for nearly 500 pages.
Still, one can easily envision hordes clutching their dog-eared paperbacks of inferno straining to find the flag.
Now Paradise and the inferno are understood philosophically as states of being, not places on a chart.
If just a single ember remains hot at its core, Olshanski notes, the result can be an inferno.
A sitcom conceived by, written by, and starring her understandably ignited an inferno of buzz.
At twelve-ten plus forty-five seconds, he and his platoon were to "go over the top" and plunge into the inferno of No Man's Land.
So, she went through the inferno of days and nights in a dreariness of suffering that was deadly.
During all the summer and fall of 1976 China was an inferno.
And here, in this inferno of luggage, was White Fang deserted by the master.
The approximate date of the next play, the Auto da Barca do inferno, is certain.