The Comedy of Dante Alighieri: Florentine by Birth, But Not by Character : Canticle One, Inferno
English translation of the complete Inferno. Illustrated, with notes and an introductory essay. Designed for use in courses in Italian literature, comparative lit, epic literature (in translation) and great books programs.
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