The correct answer is C. The term 'comedy' in the title of Dante's epic poem The Divine Comedy means THE POEM ENDS HAPPILY.
Dante Alighieri simply called Commedia (Italian word for comedy) his book, because, according to the classical scheme, it could not be a tragedy, since its ending is happy.
The Divine Comedy is considered one of the masterpieces of Italian and universal literature. Dante summarizes in it all the extensive knowledge accumulated over the centuries, from the ancient classics to the medieval world; his religious faith and his moral and philosophical convictions. The style of the work has a rich language full of symbols and frequent references to historical figures and ancient mythology.
Congratulations to Bob Dylan, the surprise winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature. This is easily the most controversial award since they gave it to the guy who wrote Lord of the Flies, which was controversial only because it came next after the immensely popular 1982 prize for Gabriel García Márquez. Nobody can read the minds of the Nobel committee – it’s not that kind of award. You can’t argue that Dylan jumped the line in front of more deserving candidates because there’s no internal logic to the process. Like most literary Nobels, except much more so, it comes out of the blue, giving Dylan fans a whole new glorious enigma to battle over. So settle in. This argument will take us years. If you’re looking to get silly, you better go back t0 where you came from.