Jennifer Formichelli wrote:
> A sacramental confession--confession is a sacrament, after all--is
> sealed by the Seal of Confession, the breach of which is a mortal sin.
> This point is crucial when looking at what happens between Guido and
> Dante, and particularly in the fact that we do, in Inferno, hear this
> confession (not lost, I am sure, on Eliot), in fact, of a confession:
> Guido's account is of his confession to Boniface.
There must be many other confessions made in the Inferno. Do you have
any idea why Eliot might have chosen the one he did?