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Thu Oct 16 18:01:09 2014 UTClccn-n860958730.00The Modern language review. Volumes XI-XX general index. [1916-1925]0.630.95The influence of Dante on modern thought: being the Le Bas prize essay, 1894,63030397n 860958731813011Oelsner, H.Oelsner, H. 1871-Oelsner, H. b. 1871Oelsner, H. (Herman), 1871-Oelsner, H. (Herman), b. 1871Oelsner, Herman b. 1871Oelsner, HermannOelsner, Hermann 1871-Oelsner, Hermann b. 1871lccn-n78095495Dante Alighieri1265-1321lccn-n79082236Wicksteed, Philip H.(Philip Henry)1844-1927trllccn-n85316508Okey, Thomas1852-1935trllccn-n85316506Carlyle, John Aitken1801-1879trllccn-n86871284Gaspary, Adolfo1849-1892lccn-no94017891Barnes, C. L.(Charles Lightfoot)1858-np-carlisle, john aitken$1801 1879Carlisle, John Aitken1801-1879trllccn-n79040086Calderón de la Barca, Pedro1600-1681viaf-34812218FitzGerald, Edward1809-1883trllccn-n79117985Rossetti, Dante Gabriel1828-1882trlOelsner, Herman1871-PoetryCriticism, interpretation, etcIllustrationsSourcesBibliographyGenealogyHistoryPeriodicalsHellPurgatoryInferno (Dante Alighieri)Dante Alighieri,Italian poetryHeavenPurgatory in literatureLiteraturePoetry, MedievalReligious poetryPurgatorio (Dante Alighieri)Italian literatureParadiseSpanish dramaEpic poetry, ItalianParadiso (Dante Alighieri)Paradise in literatureItalian fictionHell in literatureInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Indians of North America--MusicBritish ColumbiaBritish Broadcasting CorporationPicturesSurrealist artistsArtItalyEnglish poetryPoetryCary, Henry Francis,Italy--FlorenceItalian language--DialectsPhilologyPhilology, ModernLanguages, ModernDivina commedia (Dante Alighieri)Giovanni,--di Paolo,1871195018951896189818991900190119021903190419061907190819091910191219161919192119241926192919311932193319361937193819411944194619521954195819621964196519702005261626170851.1PQ4315.2ocn034218013ocn427566826ocn026471976ocn829325563ocn805088417ocn317026813ocn176873909ocn704033744ocn859421740ocn063900828ocn61310666173031ocn001354133book18990.66Dante AlighieriThe Paradiso of Dante AlighieriCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetry+-+261736759632463730ocn004100099book19010.66Dante AlighieriThe Purgatorio of Dante AlighieriPoetry44328ocn001354221book19000.47Dante AlighieriThe inferno of Dante Alighieri : a new translationPoetryThe Inferno, the first volume of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy, is an imaginative tour de force. In this celebrated work -- widely considered to be one of the greatest in the Western canon -- Dante's literary hero Virgil guides him through Hell, showing him the inhabitants of each of its nine circles and examples of the divine justice meted out to them. Originally written in colloquial Italian, The Inferno was intended by Dante as a poem for the common reader. In his new translation, Ciaran Carson has constructed a version that is suffused with wit, anger and irreverent vigor. Carson, an award-winning Irish poet, accents his Inferno with vivid Hiberno-English idioms, drawing on the Irish poetic and balladmaking tradition to create rhymes that sparkle and stimulate. Carson's swift intelligence never diminishes the pathos of the original, however, and Dante's visions of Hell -- and his pity for some of the damned -- shine through undimmed. This is a truly original retelling of Dante's epic journey that will surprise and renew the twenty-first-century reader's faith in the art of translation. Remarkably inventive, Carson's Inferno is deserving of comparison with Seamus Heaney's Beowulf and Ted Hughes's Tales from Ovid1784ocn000259294book19010.74Gaspary, AdolfoThe history of early Italian literature to the death of DanteCriticism, interpretation, etc1077ocn002009703book19330.66Dante AlighieriLa Divina commedia: Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso7210ocn003425078book19030.74Calderón de la Barca, PedroSix dramas of Calderon6711ocn002861987book19010.27Dante AlighieriInfernoHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyGenealogyPoetryIllustrationsSourcesDante's immortal poem enters English in the clearest, the most accurate, the most readable translation in decades, accompanied by a commentary of unsurpassed scholarship. This new verse translation (with facing-page Italian text) is by internationally famed scholar and master teacher Hollander and his wife, poet Jean Hollander668ocn002412531book19070.79Dante AlighieriDante's Vita nuova, together with the version of Dante Gabriel Rossetti612ocn000355802book19010.86Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deThe complete works of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra609ocn010006680book19000.30Dante AlighieriParadisoPoetryFollows the spiritual pilgrim as he puts behind him the horrors of Hell and the trials of Pugatory to ascend to Paradise, where he encounters his beloved Beatrice and meets the Heavenly Court and the Lord512ocn001828728book18950.79Oelsner, HermanThe influence of Dante on modern thought518ocn007315207book19000.28Dante AlighieriPurgatorioPoetryIn what may be his most ambitious project to date, Merwin has translated, in verse, the central section of Dante's "Divine ComedyQPurgatorio, " a journey up the Mountain of Purgatory, where souls are cleansed in preparation for their ultimate ascent to heaven433ocn005213342book18960.84Oelsner, HermanDante in Frankreich bis zum Ende des XVIII. Jahrhunderts101ocn449229439com19120.82Proverbs of Hendyng101ocn456287483com19120.93Lydgate, JohnVerses on Queen Margaret's entry to London91ocn010202858book19640.88Dante AlighieriThe Inferno ; the Purgatorio, and the Paradiso94ocn067894351book18950.95Oelsner, HermanThe influence of Dante on modern thought: being the Le Bas prize essay, 189442ocn221011968book19090.82Calderón de la Barca, PedroSix dramas21ocn052009189book0.47Dante AlighieriThe Inferno ; The Purgatorio ; The Paradiso11ocn063900828book1926The Modern language review. Volumes XI-XX general index. [1916-1925]Criticism, interpretation, etcPeriodicals+-+2617367596324+-+2617367596324Thu Oct 16 15:04:47 EDT 2014batch14930