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The divine comedy : the Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso by Dante Alighieri( Book )

7,853 editions published between 1 and 2019 in 25 languages and held by 44,666 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"'The Divine Comedy' begins in a shadowed forest on Good Friday in the year 1300. It proceeds on a journey that, in its intense recreation of the depths and the heights of human experience, has become the key with which Western civilization has sought to unlock the mystery of its own identity. Allen Mandelbaum's astonishingly Dantean translation, which captures so much of the life of the original, renders whole for us the masterpiece that genius whom our greatest poets have recognized as a central model for all poets. This Everyman's edition -- containing in one volume all three cantos, 'Inferno, ' 'Purgatorio, ' and 'Paradiso' -- includes an introduction by Nobel Prize-winning poet Eugenio Montale, a chronology, notes, and a bibliography. Also included are forty-two drawings selected from Botticelli's marvelous late-fifteenth century series of illustrations." ***"An epic poem in which the poet describes his spiritual journey through Hell, Purgatory and Paradise -- guided first by the poet Virgil and then by his beloved Beatrice -- which results in a purification of his religious faith."
Inferno by Dante Alighieri( Book )

1,067 editions published between 1515 and 2020 in 16 languages and held by 13,581 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dante'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 Hollander
Vita nuova by Dante Alighieri( Book )

1,271 editions published between 1576 and 2019 in 23 languages and held by 9,248 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A text by Dante Alighieri published in 1294. It is an expression of the medieval genre of courtly love in a prosimetrum style, a combination of both prose and verse. Referred to by Dante as his libello, or "little book", The New Life is the first of two collections of verse written by Dante in his life. La Vita Nuova is a prosimetrum, a piece containing both verse and prose, in the vein of Boethius' Consolation of Philosophy. Dante used each prosimetrum as a means for combining poems written over periods of roughly ten years - La Vita Nuova contains his works from before 1283 to roughly 1293. The collection and its style fit in with the movement called Dolce Stil Novo. The prose creates the illusion of narrative continuity between the poems; it is Dante's way of reconstructing himself and his art in terms of his evolving sense of the limitations of courtly love (the system of ritualized love and art that Dante and his poet-friends inherited from the Provençal poets, the Sicilian poets of the court of Frederick II, and the Tuscan poets before them). Sometime in his twenties, Dante decided to try to write love poetry that was less centered on the self and more aimed at love as such: he intended to elevate courtly love poetry, many of its tropes and its language, into sacred love poetry. Beatrice for Dante was the embodiment of this kind of love - transparent to the Absolute, inspiring the integration of desire aroused by beauty with the longing of the soul for divine splendor
Purgatorio by Dante Alighieri( Book )

602 editions published between 1741 and 2020 in 15 languages and held by 5,831 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In 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 heaven
The Paradiso by Dante Alighieri( Book )

376 editions published between 1757 and 2017 in 12 languages and held by 3,777 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Dante's ultimate vision of universal harmony and eternal salvation"--Cover
On world-government, or, De monarchia by Dante Alighieri( Book )

314 editions published between 1609 and 2015 in 11 languages and held by 3,311 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A seminal essay on secular and religious power, De Monarchia examines the relationship between secular authority (represented by the Holy Roman Emperor) and religious authority (represented by the Pope) a controversial subject at the time. Dante's point of view is clear; he had defended the autonomy of Florence against the demands of Pope Boniface VIII
The divine comedy : Inferno by Dante Alighieri( )

42 editions published between 1881 and 2018 in English and held by 2,183 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"In the Inferno, the first of the Comedy's three parts, Dante is conducted by the spirit of the classical poet Virgil through the nine circles of Hell on the initial stage of his arduous journey toward God."--Jacket
Dante's Inferno : the Indiana critical edition by Dante Alighieri( )

7 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 1,909 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Presents a verse translation of Dante's "Inferno" along with ten essays that analyze the different interpretations of the first canticle of the "Divine Comedy."
The Inferno of Dante : a new verse translation by Dante Alighieri( Book )

28 editions published between 1994 and 1999 in English and held by 1,766 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This widely praised version of Dante's masterpiece, which won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and the Harold Morton Landon Translation Award of the Academy of American Poets, is more idiomatic and approachable than its many predecessors. Former U.S. Poet Laureate Pinsky employs slant rhyme and near rhyme to preserve Dante's terza rima form without distorting the flow of English idiom. The result is a clear and vigorous translation that is also unique, student-friendly, and faithful to the original: "A brilliant success," as Bernard Knox wrote in The New York Review of Books
The divine comedy by Dante Alighieri( )

in English and held by 1,741 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The divine comedy purgatorio by Dante Alighieri( )

15 editions published between 1961 and 2005 in English and held by 1,737 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Divine Comedy – PURGATORIOThis is an unabridged version of PURGATORIO, the second part of The Divine Comedy, an epic poem written by Dante Alighieri.The Divine Comedy is written in the first person, and tells of Dante's journey through the three realms of the dead, lasting from the night before Good Friday to the Wednesday after Easter in the spring of 1300. The Roman poet Virgil guides him through Hell and Purgatory, and Beatrice, Dante's ideal woman, guides him through Heaven. On the surface, the poem describes Dante's travels through Inferno (Hell), Purgatorio (Purgatory), and Paradiso (Paradise/Heaven), but at a deeper level, it represents allegorically the soul's journey towards God.In PURGATORIO, Dante and Virgil having survived the depths of Hell, ascend out of the undergloom to the Mountain of Purgatory on the far side of the world. The Mountain is on an island, the only land in the Southern Hemisphere, created by the displacement of rock which resulted when Satan's fall created Hell (which Dante portrays as existing underneath Jerusalem).The mountain has seven terraces, corresponding to the seven deadly sins or "seven roots of sinfulness." The classification of sin here is more psychological than that of the Inferno, being based on motives, rather than actions. Below the seven purges of the soul is the Ante-Purgatory, containing the Excommunicated from the church and the Late repentant who died, often violently, before receiving rites.This translation by Charles Eliot Norton is written in prose (a form of grammatical structure and natural flow of speech rather than the original blank verse). In this edition the explanatory footnotes (500+) are collected at the end of the book via numbered interactive reference links. Your e-reader will easily move back and forward between text and endnotes.The Divine Comedy is available in 3 separate audiobooks, INFERNO (TRT 5 hours, 16 min), PURGATORIO (TRT 5 hours, 25 min), and PARADISO (TRT 5 hours, 38 min), or combined in one volume, The Divine Comedy (TRT 16 hours, 19 min).Dante Alighieri (c. 1265–1321), was a major Italian poet of the Middle Ages. His Divine Comedy, is widely considered the greatest literary work composed in the Italian language and a masterpiece of world literature. [Elib]
The divine comedy by Dante Alighieri( )

5 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 1,706 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The divine comedy by Dante Alighieri( )

in English and held by 1,703 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Inferno of Dante by Dante Alighieri( )

48 editions published between 1782 and 2016 in 3 languages and held by 1,608 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The first part of Dante's classic poem of faith follows the author with his guide Virgil through the circles of hell, describing the sinners and punishments witnessed there
Convivio by Dante Alighieri( Book )

256 editions published between 1490 and 2019 in 7 languages and held by 1,342 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Dante's Convivio, composed in exile between 1304 and 1307, is a series of self-commentaries on three of Dante's long poems. These allegorical love poems and philosophical verse become the basis for philosophical, literary, moral, and political exposition. The prose is written in Italian so that those who were not educated in Latin could take part in what Dante called his 'banquet of knowledge'. In this edition, eminent Dante translator-scholar Andrew Frisardi offers the first fully annotated translation of the work into English, with an extensive introduction, making Dante's often complex writings accessible to scholars and students. The parallel Italian text is also included for the first time in an English translation of the Convivio. Readers of this work can gain a strong understanding of the philosophical themes across Dante's work, including the Divine Comedy, as well as the logic, politics and science of his time."--Book jacket
The divine comedy of Dante Alighieri by Dante Alighieri( )

11 editions published between 1867 and 1997 in English and Italian and held by 1,250 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The divine comedy of Dante Alighieri by Dante Alighieri( )

11 editions published between 1886 and 1996 in English and Italian and held by 1,223 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An invaluable source of pleasure to those English readers who wish to read this great medieval classic with true understanding, Sinclair's three-volume prose translation of Dante's Divine Comedy provides both the original Italian text and the Sinclair translation, arranged on facing pages, and commentaries, appearing after each canto, which serve as brilliant examples of genuine literary criticism. This volume contains the complete translation of Dante's Paradiso
De vulgari eloquentia by Dante Alighieri( Book )

217 editions published between 1890 and 2018 in 9 languages and held by 1,153 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

De vulgari eloquentia, written by Dante in the early years of the fourteenth century, is the only known work of medieval literary theory to have been produced by a practising poet, and the first to assert the intrinsic superiority of living, vernacular languages over Latin. Its opening consideration of language as a sign-system includes foreshadowings of twentieth-century semiotics, and later sections contain the first serious effort at literary criticism based on close analytical reading since the classical era. Steven Botterill here offers an accurate Latin text and a readable English translation of the treatise, together with notes and introductory material, thus making available a work which is relevant not only to Dante's poetry and the history of Italian literature, but to our whole understanding of late medieval poetics, linguistics, and literary practice
The divine comedy. Paradiso by Dante Alighieri( Book )

3 editions published between 1975 and 1982 in Italian and English and held by 38 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Cambridge companion to Dante by Rachel Jacoff( Book )

2 editions published between 1993 and 2010 in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book provides an introduction to Dante that is at once accessible and challenging. Fifteen essays provide background information and up-to-date critical perspectives on Dante's life and work, focusing on areas of central importance. Three essays introduce the three canticles of the Divine Comedy, and others explore the literary, intellectual and historical background to Dante's writings, his other works and his reception in the commentary tradition and in literature in English. The book also includes a chronological table and suggestions for further reading
 
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The Inferno of Dante : a new verse translation
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InfernoVita nuovaPurgatorioThe ParadisoOn world-government, or, De monarchiaThe divine comedy : InfernoDante's Inferno : the Indiana critical editionThe Inferno of Dante : a new verse translation
Alternative Names
Ailiégieéirié, Dainteé

Ailígíeirí, Dainté

Ailígiéirí, Dainté 1265-1321

Alagheri, Dante.

Alagherii, Dante

Alagherii, Dante 1265-1321

Alaghieri Dante

Alaghieri, Dante 1265-1321

Aldigeri, Dante

Aldigeri Dante (1265-1321)

Aleghieri, Dante

Aleghieri, Dante 1265-1321

Alig’i︠e︡ri, Dante 1265-1321

Aligʹeri, Dante

Aligʹeri, Dante 1265-1321

Aligerius D. 1265-1321

Aligerius, Dante

Aligerius, Dante 1265-1321

Aligerius, Dantes

Aligerius, Dantes 1265-1321

Aligheri, Dante

Aligheri, Dante 1265-1321

Aligherius, Dante 1265-1321

Alighiere, Dante

Alighiere, Dante 1265-1321

Alighieri

Alighieri D. 1265-1321

Alighieri, Dant 1265-1321

Alighièri, Dante

Alighieri Dante 1265-1321

Alighieri, Dante Dichter 1265-1321

Alighieri, Dante Poet 1265-1321

Alighieri, Dante Poète 1265-1321

Alighieri, Danthe

Alighieri, Danthe 1265-1321

Alighieri, Durante

Alighieri, Durante, 1265-1321

Alighieri , Durante : degli

Alighiero , Dante

Aligīeri, Dant

Aligīeri, Dant 1265-1321

Aligieri, Dante.

ʾAligiʿeri, Danṭe 1265-1321

Aligijeri, Dante

Alig'jeri, Dante

Aliġʺjeri, Dante, 1265-1321

Aligjeris Dantė

Aligjeris, Dantė 1265-1321

Alīǧyīrī, Dāntī 1265-1321

Alih'i︠e︡ri, Dante

Alihii︠e︡ri, Dante

Alihii︠e︡ri, Dante 1265-1321

Alikiyari, Tāntē 1265-1321

Alīyīrī, Dāntī

Alīyīrī, Dāntī 1265-1321

Allegherius, Dante

Allegherius, Dante 1265-1321

Alleghieri, Dante

Alleghieri, Dante 1265-1321

Alligherius, Dante 1265-1321

Allighier, Dant 1265-1321

Allighieri , Dante

Allighieri Dante 1265-1321

Allighieri, Dante Dichter 1265-1321

Allighieri, Dante Poet 1265-1321

Allighieri, Dante Poète 1265-1321

Alligieri, Dante 1265-1321

Dainté Ailígiéirí

Danding

Danding 1265-1321

Dant

Dant 1265-1321

Dant 1265-1321 Pseudo

Dant Alighieri.

Dant Alighieri 1265-1321

Dant Aligīeri

Dant Aligieri 1265-1321

Dant, Allighier 1265-1321

Dant, Allighieri

Dant Allighieri 1265-1321

Dant, Pseudo, 1265-1321

Dantė

Dantē 1265-1321

Dante A. 1265-1321

Dante Alagheri.

Dante Alagherii, Dichter 1265-1321

Dante Alagherii, Poet 1265-1321

Dante Alagherii, Poète 1265-1321

Dante [Alagherius]

Dante Alagherius 1265-1321

Dante Alagherius, Dichter 1265-1321

Dante Alagherius, Poet 1265-1321

Dante Alagherius, Poète 1265-1321

Dante Alaghieri

Dante [Aleghieri]

Dante Aleghieri 1265-1321

Dante Alig’i︠e︡ri

Dante Alig’i︠e︡ri 1265-1321

Dante Aligeri

Dante Aligʹeri 1265-1321

Dante [Aligerius]

Dante Aligerius 1265-1321

Dante Aligerius, Dichter 1265-1321

Dante Aligerius, Poet 1265-1321

Dante Aligerius, Poète 1265-1321

Dante Aligheri 1265-1321

Dante, Aligherius 1265-1321

Dantė Alighieri

Dante, Alighieri 1265-1321

Dante Alighieri, Dichter 1265-1321

Dante Alighieri Itaalia luuletaja

Dante Alighieri Itala poeto, (1265 - 1321)

Dante Alighieri Italiaans schrijver

Dante Alighieri itáliai költő, filozófus

Dante Alighieri italialainen kirjailija ja runoilija

Dante Alighieri Italian poet

Dante Alighieri Italiano a mannaniw ti Tengnga a Panpanawen

Dante Alighieri italiano autor da epopéia, A divina comédia, considerado um entre os maiores poetas de todos os tempos; sua obra teve grande impacto na literatura, ao redor do mundo

Dante Alighieri italienischer Dichter und Philosoph

Dante Alighieri italiensk författare, ämbetsman, poet och statslärd

Dante Alighieri italiensk forfatter og poet

Dante Alighieri italijanski pesnik

Dante Alighieri Italiya jacha marka qillqiri

Dante Alighieri italský básník

Dante Alighieri Italya mama llaqtayuq qillqaq

Dante Alighieri İtalyan ozan ve siyasetçi

Dante Alighieri Nhà thơ người Ý

Dante Alighieri poet italian

Dante Alighieri poet și filozof italian, om politic florentin

Dante Alighieri poeta fiorentinu

Dante Alighieri poeta italià

Dante Alighieri poeta italiano

Dante Alighieri poeta italiano, autore della Divina Commedia (tra il 21 maggio e il 21 giugno 1265- notte tra il 13 e il 14 settembre 1321)

Dante Alighieri poeta italianu

Dante Alighieri poète, homme politique et écrivain italien

Dante Alighieri wybitny włoski poeta śreniowieczny, protoplasta humanizmu a także filozof, polityk i kodyfikator języka włoskiego

Dánte Aligiéri

Dante Aligieri 1265-1321

Dante Aligieri, Dichter 1265-1321

Dante Aligiery

Dānté ʾAligiyéri

Dānté ʼAligiyéri 1265-1321

Dante [Aligjeri]

Dante Alig'jeri 1265-1321

Dantė Aligjeris

Dantė Aligjeris 1265-1321

Danṭe Aligyeri

Danṭe Aligyeri 1265-1321

Dante Alih’i︠e︡ri 1265-1321

Dante Alih'i︠e︡ri

Dante Alih'ieri 1265-1321

Dante Allighieri

Dante Allighieri 1265-1321

Dante Allighieri, Dichter 1265-1321

Dante Allighieri, Poet 1265-1321

Dante Allighieri, Poète 1265-1321

Dante Ardighê

Dante Ardighê 1265-1321

Dante Lighier

Dānteé ʾAligiyeéri

Dantes

Dantes [Alagerius]

Dantes Alagerius 1265-1321

Dantes Alagherius

Dantes Alagherius 1265-1321

Dantes [Aligerius]

Dantes Aligerius 1265-1321

Dantes Alighierus 1265-1321

Danthe

Danthe Alighieri

Danthe Alighieri 1265-1321

Danti

Danti Alighieri

Dāntī Alīǧyīrī

Dāntī Alīǧyīrī 1265-1321

Dāntī Alīǧyrīy, Dichter 1265-1321

Dāntī Alījyīrī

Dāntī Alījyīrī 1265-1321

Dantis

Dantis Alagherius

Dantis Alagherius 1265-1321

Dantte

Dantte 1265-1321

Dhante Alighieri, 1265-1321

Durante

Durante Alighieri

Durante Alighieri 1265-1321

Makākavi Tāntē 1265-1321

Pseudo-Dante Alighieri 1265-1321

Tan-ting

Tan-ting 1265-1321

Tan-tng

Tāntē Alikiyari 1265-1321

Tantte

Tantte 1265-1321

Yalijili, Danding 1265-1321

Δάντης Αλιγκέρι

Алигьери Данте

Алигьери, Данте, 1265-1321

Аліґʹєрі, Данте, 1265-1321

Данте.

Данте Алигери

Данте Алигиери

Данте Алигиери 1265-1321

Данте Алигијери италијански песник касног средњег века

Данте Алигьери.

Данте Алигьери 1265-1321

Данте Алигьери итальянский поэт XIV века

Данте Аліґгіері, 1265-1321

Данте Аліґєрі

Данте Аліґ'єрі італійський поет 14 століття

Дантэ Аліг’еры

Дантэ Аліг'еры

Դանթե Ալիգիերի

Տանթէ Ալիկիէրի

אליגיירי, דאנטה

אליגיירי, דנטה

אליגיירי דנטי

אליגירי, דנטה

אליגירי, דנטה 1265-1321

אליגירי, דנטי

דאנט

דאנט 1321־1265

דאנטה אליגיירי

דאנטי אליגיירי

דאנטי אליגיירי 1265-1321

דאנטע אליגערי

דנטה אליגיארי

דנטה אליגיארי 1265-1321

דנטה אליגיירי

דנטה אליגיירי 1265-1321

דנטה אליגיירי משורר איטלקי

דנטה אליגירי

דנטה אליגירי 1265-1321

דנטי אליגיארי

דנטי אליגיארי 1265-1321‬

‏דנטי אליגירי.

דנטי אליגירי 1265-1321

أليجييري، دانتي، 1265-1321

أليغييري، دانتي، 1265-1321

آل‍ی‍گ‍ی‍ری‌, دان‍ت‍ه‌‌.

دانته آلیگیری

دانته آلیگیری شاعری ایتالیایی تبار

دانتى الغييرى،

دانتى ألغييري

دانتى, أليجييرى

دانتى اليغييرى،

دانتي ألغييري، 1265-1321

دانتي أليجيري،

دانتي أليجيري، 1256-1321

دانتي أليجيري،, 1265-1321

دانتي أليجييري 1265-1321

دانتي أليغييري شاعر إيطالي

دانتێ ئالیگیێری شاعیری ئیتاڵی

دانتې الیګيري

دانتے

दांते

दांते अलिघियेरी

दांते इटली के कवी आ लेखक

दांते एलीगियरी

दान्ते अलिघिएरी

दान्ते ऐलिगिरी

দান্তে আলিগিয়েরি ইতালীয় কবি

ਦਾਂਤੇ ਏਲੀਗਿਅਰੀ

டான்டே அலிகியேரி இத்தாலிய கவிஞர்

ഡാന്റെ അലിഘിയേരി

ดันเต อาลีกีเอรี

ཏན་ཐེ།

დანტე ალიგიერი

დანტე ალიგიერი XIV საუკუნის იტალიელი პოეტი

დანტე ალიგჰიერი.

단떼

단떼 알릐기에리 1265-1321

단테 A. 1265-1321

단테 알리기에리

알리기에리, 단테 1265-1321

알리기에리, 두란테 델리 1265-1321

ዳንቴ አሊጊዬሪ

ដានតេ អាលីគីអេរី

ᱰᱟᱱᱴᱮ ᱟᱞᱤᱜᱷᱤᱭᱮᱨᱤ

アリギエーリ, ダンテ

ダンテ

ダンテ 1265-1321

ダンテ・アリギエーリ

ダンテ・アリギエーリ 中世イタリアの詩人

亚利基利, 但丁 1265-1321

但丁

但丁 1265-1321

但丁·阿利吉耶里

但丁·阿利吉耶里 意大利著名诗人

唐担

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