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In this paper, the ways in which the Medieval views of the Universe are treated in the literature of the era are examined. As descriptions of journeys through the Cosmos show the complete view of the Universe this research is devoted specifically to these journeys. In some works such as Chaucer's Troilus and Crisevde, the journeys are a minor part of the work. In others, however, such as Dante's Divine Comedy the journey is the subject of the entire work, and the themes of Medieval cosmologydoi:10.1501/dtcfder_0000000196 fatcat:cuda4u63rng7li36tl4vmyyucy