The Divine Comedy consists of three sections: Inferno (The Inferno), Purgatorio (The Purgatory), and Paradiso (Paradise). Only Inferno is included in this area. It describes the poet's journey through Hell from the lowest and least harsh level to the final destination of being face to face with Lucifer (Satan), and ascending once more to the Earth.
Hell, in Dante's version, is meticulously organized and sinners are placed according to their primary crimes and the general nature of their sins in life. The final level is that of ultimate justice which transforms into merciless retribution and affects the unrepentant.
For Legend's version of Inferno, Kae primarily used Dorothy L. Sayer's excellent annotated translation.