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By Rachel Jacoff

This 2007 moment variation of The Cambridge significant other to Dante is designed to supply an obtainable advent to Dante for college kids, academics and normal readers. the quantity was once absolutely up-to-date and contains 3 new essays on Dante's works. The feedback for additional studying now comprise secondary works and translations in addition to on-line assets. The essays conceal Dante's early works and their relation to the Commedia, his literary antecedents, either vernacular and classical, biblical and theological impacts, the ancient and political dimensions of Dante's works, and their reception. additionally there are introductory essays to every of the 3 canticles of the Commedia that examine their subject matters and magnificence. This variation will make sure that the significant other is still the main important unmarried quantity for brand new generations of scholars of Dante.

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