1. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on the symbolism of Don Draper reading Dante's Inferno at the beginning of Season Six, which takes place in 1968:

This man is in his worst state — the way 1968 is — because it is overrunning his life and it’s page 1 in the story: He’s going into hell. This is the descent. Maybe he’ll come out on the other side, or maybe he’ll just take up residence there.”

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    Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on the symbolism of Don Draper reading Dante's Inferno at the beginning of Season Six, which takes place in 1968:

    This man is in his worst state — the way 1968 is — because it is overrunning his life and it’s page 1 in the story: He’s going into hell. This is the descent. Maybe he’ll come out on the other side, or maybe he’ll just take up residence there.”

    image courtesy of AMC

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    Dante's Inferno

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