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Graziani, G. Grimaldi, Prospettive Filosofiche. Ontologia, Acireale, Bonanno. Grimaldi Eds. D'Agostino, G. Giorello, F. Laudisa, T. Pievani and C. Sinigaglia Eds. Ferraris Ed. Angelone , in M. Varzi , in M. Cappuccio Ed. Some Notes, Rivista di Estetica , , J. Marques da Silva with E. IV: Borghini , Rivista di estetica , Howard, Lloyd.
Iannucci, Amilcare A. Dante is obviously seen to be his own commentator in the Vita Nuova and the Convivio. This is true also in the Commedia in which he integrates the device of the parallel episode common to biblical exegesis, where the second related episode clarifies the full meaning of the first. The paired episodes of Guido and Buonconte da Montefeltro, of Pier della Vigna and Romeo di Villanova, and others come readily to mind. But Professor Iannucci dwells at length upon the much debated and often misconstrued episode of Brunetto Latini Inf. XV whose full significance is resolved by that of Oderisi da Gubbio Purg.
Even when he does not provide a parallel episode as such Dante builds hints into his poem to guide us to create our own edifying parallel episodes. Kennedy, Christopher B. Kenner, Hugh.
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Review-article that considers briefly the interest in Dante in English during the twentieth century since the Temple Classics Dante and comments on recent translations of the Divine Comedy by C. Sisson, Mark Musa, C. Lansing, Richard H. The interpretation is deemed to help also to resolve the ambiguity surrounding the concept of matta bestialitade. Dante here unifies the triple division of a complex sin thus presented, exceptionally in the Inferno , on a single plane; expresses the gradation of evil, absent the usual means of the cantica; and effects a distinction between the categories of Violence and Fraud, marked by injury to man and society respectively.
Also, Circle 6, where Heresy is seen as a denial of immortality, prepares the way for Circle 7 in the same declension of evil modeled on the chain of being. Latini, Brunetto. Il tesoretto The Little Treasure. Edited and translated by Julia Bolton Holloway. The introduction includes ample reference to Dante, together with Brunetto, with whose life his was so intertwined, as well as a discussion of parallels between the Commedia and the Tesoretto.
There are eighteen half-tone illustrations, mostly from the illuminations in Strozzi , Biblioteca laurenziana.
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Leiva-Merikakis, Erasmo. Far from a rivalry between the natural and the divine, it is a case of humanity achieving perfection in God through the concrete yet mystical body transformed in Christ, based on the Incarnation. Lipking, Lawrence I. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, Livesey, Steven J. Focusing on the alternate tradition of the figure of Nimrod as astronomer, manifest in the Liber Nimrod c.
Lopez, Robert S. Maresca, Thomas E. Martin, W. Matt, Bernard Francis. Doctoral dissertation, Emory University, In the rhetoric of the Purgatorio , the Pilgrim not only sees the souls purging themselves, but he also undergoes the process of sanctification and draws the reader into the formation of his own virtues as well. Mazzaro, Jerome. Princeton Essays in Literature. The study views Dante as a pioneer in modern autobiography, while shedding new light on Dante as artist in the context of contemporary cultural and religious developments.
Contents: Preface; 1. The Vita Nuova and the Literature of Self; 3. The Architecture of the Vita Nuova; 4. The Prose of the Vita Nuova; 5.
Mazzoni, Francesco. Pays tribute to the Dante Society of America on its hundredth anniversary, citing the various activities and contributions of American students of Dante in the context of changing critical approaches marked between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, particularly the innovative interpretation represented by C. Singleton after the rather stagnant period between the two world wars.
Musa, Mark. Finds discrepancies in the evidence pertaining to the Ulysses episode as presented by J. Ober, Warren U. Joint author. In particular, the author notes echoes of Inferno V, even of the Vita Nuova , as well as the purgatorial role of Beatrice, and stresses the study of Dante as central to an accurate reading of Lancelot. Owens, M. Contends that Virgil is rebuked by the holy lady in the Siren episode Purg.
XIX because, along with classical poetry generally he represents excessive attachment to beauty in itself, not as leading to the ultimate good. Christianity provides what is lacking to classical poetry: the rectification of the will, which is precisely the function of Purgatory, i. The process is consummated for Dante through the image of Beatrice in the Paradiso , where he is seen to become the new Virgil, or true guide to the good, not just the beautiful. Patterson, Lee W. Pellegrini, Anthony L. Peterman, Larry. Where the Convivio emphasizes the link between happiness and political obligations of community, the Monarchia ties happiness to peace and freedom from mutual dependency, so that the first is local city-oriented, while the second looks to the larger peace-enhancing framework of universal empire.
Thus, Dante moves from the Aristotelian certainty about linking happiness and politics reflected in the modest middle-class happiness of the Convivio to the perfect theoretical happiness of the Monarchia. Pequiney, Joseph, and Hubert Dreyfus. Reprinted from Italian Quarterly, V, No. See 81st Report , Picone, Michelangelo. Pivato, Joseph. Quinones, Ricardo J. Reynolds, Mary T. Joyce and Dante: The Shaping Imagination. Princeton, N.
Contents: Introduction; Chapter 1. Paternal Figures and Paternity Themes; 3. Poetic Imagination and Lustration Patterns; 5. Toward an Allegory of Art; 6. Richards, Earl Jeffrey. Contents: Introduction; 1.
The Translatio Topos and Dante; 3. Rolfs, Daniel. Ravenna: A. Longo Editore, Ronte, Dieter. The artist group, the Nazarenes, and their illustrations of Dante. Rossi, Albert. XXX, ff. Scaglione, Aldo. Review-article on recent Dantean studies: J. The six items are also listed separately below, under Reviews. Scheckter, John.
Arnaut burns now, that his soul may understand the highest love. Shapiro, Marianne. Glosses indico legno in the passage, Purg. Shoaf, R. Rose Norman, Okla. Relying much on Saussurian linguistics, e. Skulsky, Harold. Metamorphosis: The Mind in Exile. Cambridge, Mass. After a close analysis of the two episodes in question, the author concludes that, while Dante utilizes an Ovidian vocabulary to express a kindred view of the problematic relation of minds and bodies, his is a qualified one where the human condition is the malum damni , which is the evil of loss, or existential rift the soul suffers in its voluntary exile from grace.
Circe and Odysseus: Metamorphosis as Enchantment; 2. Lamia and the Sophist: Metamorphosis as the Inexplicable; 9.
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Stephany, William A. Sternheim, Arnold Ephraim. Doctoral dissertation, Columbia University, Examines how different concepts of time and meaning determine different ways of constructing narrative, with examples drawn from the Odyssey , Book of Exodus, Gospel of Mark, the Inferno , and Paradise Regained.
Toscano, Antonio. Thomas and St. Only by evading a basic teleological and theological inconsistency can Dante separate the political from the ultimate end and focus with some originality on the means for achieving the perfection of our earthly life. Valesio, Paolo. Rogers , edited by Bernard H. Bichakjian Amsterdam: John Benjamins B. Vickers, Nancy J. XXX, 32 , along with the cloud of flowers common to both passages, not to mention the generally pastoral setting of earthly paradise and the purgatorial tension centered on the lady in both instances.
Warkentin, Germaine. Focuses on the differences between the Vita Nuova and the Canzoniere , particularly as to content and form. Wetherbee, Winthrop. Pilgrim Books, , pp. In the context of his theme that Chaucer is a poet as well as representative of the tradition, the author includes a discussion of his relation to Dante, whom he took, along with the classical poets, not only as a standard, but also as a model in unique ways.
Whitman, Jon. This development is traced from Platonic dualism, e. The author concludes briefly with the transformation of the various allegorical approaches in the Divine Comedy , where the drama of the mind coincides with the panorama of the world. Wingell, Albert E.
Augustine, and Astronomy. Points out various ways in which the Commedia reflects St. II , to his figures of fire and wind Par. I and Inf. XXXIV , and to his use of the sun, moon, and stars esp.
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I and XX, Purg. Notably, however, Dante separated the mountain from the forest at the start of the Commedia , describing it in positive terms, in order to present it inverted at the end of the Purgatorio , suggesting the salvation of philosophy. These are books that look like they should be fifteen bucks at Powell's. Anyway, the Nelson translation is by far my favorite cf.
Pound , Cirigliano , West , because Nelson retains the rhythm and doesn't disturb the content. The poem was written around the year I was deep in thought about love when I met Two young little country girls. Ah, little country girls, don't think me base For the wound that I bear; This heart of mine was killed From the time I was in Toulouse. When they saw me so dismayed One of them laughed and said: "Look how the violence of Love Has laid him low! Tell me if you can Remember those eyes.