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  • Dante: The Divine Comedyby Robin Kirkpatrick

    Cambridge University Press 2004; US$ 22.00

    In this accessible introduction to Dante's Divine Comedy Kirkpatrick principally focuses on Dante as a poet and storyteller. more...

  • Dante & the Unorthodoxby James Miller

    Wilfrid Laurier University Press 2006; US$ 48.95

    During his lifetime, Dante was condemned as corrupt and banned from Florence on pain of death. But in 1329, eight years after his death, he was again viciously condemned-this time as a heretic and false prophet-by Friar Guido Vernani. From Vernani's inquisitorial viewpoint, the author of the Commedia "seduced" his readers by offering them "a vessel... more...

  • Dante Alighieriby Harold Bloom

    Infobase Publishing 2010; US$ 54.00

    One of the most learned men of his time in Europe, Dante Alighieri was the consummate literary figure of the Middle Ages. His greatest work, the allegory The Divine Comedy, remains one of the most revered works in classic literature, with its bold evocation of themes of divine love, justice, and redemption. This new edition of critical essays examines... more...

  • Dante Encyclopediaby Richard Lansing

    Taylor and Francis 2010; US$ 68.95

    The Dante Encyclopedia is a comprehensive resource that presents a systematic introduction to Dante's life and works and the cultural context in which his moral and intellectual imagination took shape. more...

  • Dante Philomythes and Philosopherby Patrick Boyde

    Cambridge University Press 1983; US$ 44.00

    This book is devoted to a full and lucid exposition of Boyde's ideas. more...

  • Dante and the Making of a Modern Authorby Albert Russell Ascoli

    Cambridge University Press 2008; US$ 48.00

    The first comprehensive study of Dante's evolving, transformative relationship to medieval ideas of authorship and authority. more...

  • Dante and the Mystical Traditionby Steven Botterill

    Cambridge University Press 1994; US$ 44.00

    Reinterpretation of the significance of the figure of St Bernard in Dante's Commedia. more...

  • Dante and the Origins of Italian Literary Cultureby Teodolinda Barolini

    Fordham University Press 2006; US$ 27.99

    In this book, Teodolinda Barolini explores the sources of Italian literary culture in the figures of its lyric poets and its ?three crowns?: Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio. Barolini views the origins of Italian literary culture through four prisms: the ideological/philosophical, the intertextual/multicultural, the structural/formal, and the social.The... more...

  • Dante and the Romanticsby Antonella Braida

    Palgrave Macmillan 2004; US$ 123.00

    The British Romantic poets were among the first to realise the centrality of the Divine Comedy for the evolution of the European epic. This study explores the significance of Dante for Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats and William Blake. What was their idea of Dante? Why did they feel the need to approach his Christian epic on the afterlife? This... more...

  • Dante in Loveby Harriet Rubin

    Simon & Schuster 2005; US$ 13.00

    Dante in Love is the story of the most famous journey in literature. Dante Alighieri, exiled from his home in Florence, a fugitive from justice, followed a road in 1302 that took him first to the labyrinths of hell then up the healing mountain of purgatory, and finally to paradise. He found a vision and a language that made him immortal. Author... more...