Dante

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Longman, 1999 - Fiction - 212 pages
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In this volume, Jeremy Tambling has selected ten recent essays from the mass of Dante studies, and put the Divine Comedy into context for the modern reader. Topics such as Dante's allegory, his relationship to classical and to modern poetry, his discussion of love and of sexuality, his attitudes to Florence and to his contemporary Italy, are explored.

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Contents

Notes on Dante
183
Glossary of Terms
197
Further Reading
205
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