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  1. The Divine Comedy Of Dante Alighieri (1867) by Dante Alighieri, 2010-09-10
  2. The Divine Comedy: Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso by Dante Alighieri, 2010-05-13
  3. The Inferno (Signet Classics) by Dante Alighieri, 2009-10-06
  4. La divina comedia paraiso (Illustrated by Dore) (Spanish Edition) by Dante Alighieri, 2010-01-04
  5. Dante Alighieri: Divine Comedy, Divine Spirituality (The Crossroad Spiritual Legacy Series) by Robert Royal, 1999-05-01
  6. Inferno (Bantam Classics) by Dante Alighieri, 1982-01-01
  7. The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Hell, Volume 01 by Dante Alighieri, 2010-07-20
  8. The Divine Comedy: Volume 1: Inferno (Penguin Classics) by Dante Alighieri, 2002-12-31
  9. The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Paradise, Volume 1 by Dante Alighieri, 2010-07-20
  10. Inferno: A New Verse Translation by Michael Palma by Dante Alighieri, 2003-03
  11. The Divine Comedy: Hell (Penguin Classics) by Dante Alighieri, 1950-06-30
  12. Dante Alighieri: Four Political Letters
  13. The Divine Comedy by Dante, Illustrated, Paradise, Volume 3 by Dante Alighieri, 2010-07-20
  14. The New Life of Dante Alighieri by Dante Alighieri, Charles Eliot Norton, 2010-04-03

An annotated (in linked hypertext) biography of the poet.
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Dante Alighieri
Italian poet, born at Florence, 1265; died at Ravenna, Italy , 14 September, 1321. His own statement in the "Paradiso" (xxii, 112-117) that he was born when the sun was in Gemini, fixes his birthday between 18 May and 17 June. He was the son of Alighiero di Bellincione Alighieri, a notary belonging to an ancient but decadent Guelph family, by his first wife, Bella, who was possibly a daughter of Durante di Scolaio Abati, a Ghibelline noble. A few months after the poet's birth, the victory of Charles of Anjou over King Manfred at Benevento (26 February, 1266) ended the power of the empire in Italy, placed a French dynasty upon the throne of Naples, and secured the predominance of the Guelphs in Tuscany. Dante thus grew up amidst the triumphs of the Florentine democracy, in which he took some share fighting in the front rank of the Guelph cavalry at the battle of Campaldino (11 June, 1289), when the Tuscan Ghibellines were defeated by the forces of the Guelph league, of which Florence was the head. This victory was followed by a reformation of the Florentine constitution, associated with the name of Giano della Bella, a great-hearted noble who had joined the people. By the Ordinances of Justice (1293) all nobles and magnates were more strictly excluded from the government, and subjected to severe penalties for offences against plebeians. To take any part in public life, it was necessary to be enrolled in one or other of the "Arts" (the guilds in which the burghers and artisans were banded together), and accordingly Dante matriculated in the guild of physicians and apothecaries. On 6 July, 1295, he spoke in the General Council of the Commune in favour of some modification in the Ordinances of Justice after which his name is frequently found recorded as speaking or voting in the various councils of the republic.

2. Dante Alighieri On The Web
Thanks to Don Rogers for suggestions. (2001/1/25) dante alighieri on the Web has its own Internet domain please update your links to http//www.greatdante Home Site created on 1997/5/8
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4. Dante Alighieri On The Web
Home page. Why Dante? His time. His life. His work. RTF version (232 Kb). English versions of the Commedia available here (from Digital Dante Project). Home Miscellaneous Texts Download Site's FAQ ... Hannibal refs to Dante Click on a link to download the file, or to visualize it if it's HTML.
Divina Commedia
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Vita nuova
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The Convivio
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Il Fiore
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De vulgari eloquentia
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Chronology of dante alighieri (12651321). 1265 - Dante is born, probably May 29, under the sign of Gemini. 1274 - First meets, and
Chronology of Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
- Dante is born, probably May 29, under the sign of Gemini.
- First meets, and falls in love with Beatrice Portinari, according to the Vita nuova
- Dante's father dies. He is married shortly thereafter to Gemma Donati, with whom he has four children (Jacopo, Pietro, Giovanni and Antonia).
- Participates as a cavalryman in the battle of Campaldino. The Guelf League (Florence and Lucca) defeats the Ghibellines ofArezzo. Dante recalls this battle in Purgatorio
- Death of Beatrice.
- Writes the Vita nuova
- Dante meets Charles Martel, King of Hungary and heir to the kingdom of Naples and the country of Provence. Dante recounts their meeting in Paradiso VIII.
- Joins the guild of the apothecaries for the purpose of entering public life.
- Dante is prior for two months (15 June-15 August), one of the six highest magistrates in Florence. Boniface VIII proclaims the Jubilee Year. Fictional date (Eastertime) of the journey of the Divine Comedy
- Dante is sent to Rome as an envoy to Pope Boniface VIII, as Charles of Valois approaches Florence.
- The Black Guelfs seize power in Florence. Dante is banished from the city for two years and forever excluded from public office. Later in the same year his banishment is made perpetual, and he is condemned to be burned alive if taken in the territory of the Florentine Republic.

6. Dante Aliguieri - Biografía
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7. Benvenuti Nel Sito Ufficiale Della Società Dante Alighieri
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8. Dante Alighieri Collection At
Contains a brief biography and bibliography; etext of the Harvard Classics translation of the Divine Comedy, and quotations from Bartlett's .
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9. Dante Alighieri Eindhoven Netherlands
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11. Guido Mazzoni Collection - Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321
Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library Duke University. dante alighieri, 1265-1321 of these materials to the field of Dante studies is of no surprise, since Mazzoni
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This very large group of 2,234 records represents pamphlets, newspapers, clippings, periodicals, manuscripts (mostly student theses)and many "per nozze" items (pamphlets published in honor of a wedding). Several of the items have pull-out charts of the Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise, or of the Alighieri family tree. Dates range from 1797 to 1943. The importance of these materials to the field of Dante studies is of no surprise, since Mazzoni was a Dante scholar and President of the Societa` Dantesca. With the exception of book-length works, virtually everything written on the subject in Italian during the nineteenth century can be found here, including lesser-known authors. One can also find the texts of Mazzoni's Lectura Dantis, a lecture series which he founded and participated in. There are a number of periodicals (for example, Il Giornale Dantesco) and unique issues commemorating the poet's birth date. Of interest also are the unusual and often beautifully illustrated items which announce the publication of luxury editions of Dante texts, particularly the Divine Comedy. Rare and aesthetically beautiful Dante studies

12. Dante Alighieri
Life and work of 13th century Italian poet and philosopher; by Winthrop Wetherbee.
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Dante's engagement with philosophy cannot be studied apart from his vocation as a writer, in which he sought to raise the level of public discourse by educating his countrymen and inspiring them to pursue happiness in the contemplative life. He was one of the most learned Italian laymen of his day, intimately familiar with Aristotelian logic and natural philosophy, theology (he had a special affinity for the thought of Albert the Great and Thomas Aquinas), and classical literature. His writings reflect this in its mingling of philosophical and theological language, invoking Aristotle and the neo-Platonists side by side with the poet of the psalms. Like Aquinas, Dante wished to summon his audience to the practice of philosophical wisdom, though by means of truths embedded in his own poetry, rather than mysteriously embodied in scripture.

13. The Classic Text: Dante Alighieri
by dante alighieri remains today one of the pillars upon which the European literary tradition has Originally titled simply Commedia, Dante's masterpiece was written at the end of
T he Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri remains today one of the pillars upon which the European literary tradition has been built. Originally titled simply Commedia , Dante's masterpiece was written at the end of his life and finished just before his death in 1321. In an era of hand-copied manuscripts, it reached a large and appreciative audience quickly. By the year 1400, no fewer than 12 commentaries devoted to detailed expositions of its meaning had appeared to support the text. Giovanni Boccaccio wrote on the poet's life and in 1373-1374 delivered the first public lectures on Dante's Commedia D ante's work flourished in the fifteenth century along with the printing press, and he became known as the divino poeta or divine poet. In 1555, a fine edition of his Commedia was published in Venice with the adjective divine applied to the poem's title for the first time, resulting in the title still in use today, The Divine Comedy O f Dante's approach to this classic text, Benét's Reader's Encyclopedia T he Divine Comedy is also important for its place in the history of the development of the Italian language. Dante opposed the assumptions of his day that prescribed Latin as the only appropriate language for serious writing. He advocated the use of a courtly Italian enriched with the best of every spoken dialect to form a serious literary language. This would help to unify the separated Italian territories by the creation of a national culture, an end to which Dante strived his entire life. While falling short of his goal of unification, Dante did use his native Tuscan as a basis for several of his works, including

14. C.L.I. Dante Alighieri - Italiano Per Stranieri
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15. Dante Alighieri Society Of Massachusetts
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The Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts is a non profit organization whose objective is to promote and foster Italian culture. La Dante Alighieri Società del Massachusetts si propone di tutelare e diffondere la lingua e la cultura italiana.

16. Centro Linguistico Italiano Dante Alighieri
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17. La Scuola Media Dante Alighieri E Le Sue Sedi
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18. Dante
dante alighieri was born into a Florentine family of noble ancestry. Little is known about Dante s childhood. His mother, Bella
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B C D ... Z by birthday from the calendar Credits and feedback Dante Alighieri (1265-1321) The greatest Italian poet and one of the most important writers of European literature. Dante is best known for the epic poem COMMEDIA, c. 1310-14, later named LA DIVINA COMMEDIA. It has profoundly affected not only the religious imagination but all subsequent allegorical creation of imaginary worlds in literature. Dante spent much of his life traveling from one city to another. This had perhaps more to do with the restless times than his wandering character or fixation on the Odyssey. However, his Commedia can also be called a spiritual travel book. "It were a shameful thing if one should rhyme under the semblance of metaphor or rhetorical similitude, and afterwards, being questioned thereof, should be unable to rid his words of such semblance, unto their right understanding." (from Vita Nuova , c. 1293) Dante Alighieri was born into a Florentine family of noble ancestry. Little is known about Dante's childhood. His mother, Bella degli Abati, died when he was seven years old. His father, Alighiero II, made his living by money-lending and renting of property. After the death of his wife he remarried, but died in the early 1280s, before the future poet reached manhood. Brunetto Latini, a man of letters and a politician, became a father figure for Dante, but later in his Commedia Dante placed Latini in Hell, into the seventh circle, among those who were guilty of "violence against nature" - sodomy.

19. Asociación Dante Alighieri De Buenos Aires, Asociación Dante Alighieri De Buen
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20. Scuola Dante Alighieri A Firenze - Istituto Tecnico Aeronautico, Liceo Scientifi
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