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  • Dante Alighieri

    May/June c.1265 - September 14, 1321
    Part 13 of 13: Related Articles, Sites, etc.

    The Apparition of Dante
    It has been boldly asserted by writers who should know better, that there are no ghosts in Italy. Legend tells us that the ghost of Dante can be found all around the town of Florence.

    Books
    There are a number of books on the life and works of Dante Alighieri. This link takes you to Amazon's search result page for Dante. From there you can browse through the many books listed and purchase those that interest you.

    Dante Alighieri
    Renaissance Dante in Print (1472-1629) is a collaborative effort between the University of Notre Dame, University of Chicago, and the Newberry Library making it one of the largest collections in North America.

    Dante Alighieri on the Web
    This contains information on his life, his time, and his work. It also has many of his books Online for you to read.

    Digital Dante
    In essence, the Digital Dante Project is (or will be) a multimedia translation of The Divine Comedy. It will integrate multimedia, as well as hyperlinked text commentary and other materials, into the reading of the Commedia in an innovative way -- a way not previously possible in non-digital media.

    The Princeton Dante Project
    The PDP combines a traditional approach to the study of Dante's Comedy with new techniques of compiling and consulting data, images, and sound.

    Quotes
    This lists a number of quotes in English from Italy's greatest poet.

    Works by Dante
    Project Gutenberg has the following books by Dante for you to read: The Banquet (Il Convito), The Divine Comedy and La Vita Nuova.


    In this biography:
    Part 1: Introduction
    Part 2: Political Life, Part 1
    Part 3: Political Life, Part 2
    Part 4: Dante's Ghibellinism
    Part 5: Wanderings
    Part 6: Old Age and Death
    Part 7: Divina Commedia
    Part 8: Convito, Vita Nuova & Canzoniere
    Part 9: De Monarchia & De Vulgari Eloquentia
    Part 10: Eclogues, De Aqua et Terra & Letters
    Part 11: Authorities, Editions & Commentaries
    Part 12: Translations, Other Aids & Bibliography
    Part 13: Related Articles, Sites, etc.


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