The Divine Comedy: Inferno: Commentary, Volumes 1-2

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Princeton University Press, 1990 - 696 páginas

Charles S. Singleton's edition of the Divine Comedy, of which this is the first part, provides the English-speaking reader with everything he needs to read and understand Dante's great masterpiece.

The Italian text here is in the edition of Giorgio Petrocchi, the leading Italian editor of Dante. Professor Singleton's prose translation, facing the Italian in a line-for-line arrangement on each page, is smooth and literate. The companion volume, the Commentary, marshals every point of information the reader may require: vocabulary; grammar; identification of Dante's characters; historical sources of some of the incidents and, where pertinent, excerpts from those sources in their original languages and in translation; profound clear analysis of the Divine Comedy's basic allegory. There is a complete bibliography of every aspect of Dante studies.

This first part of the Divine Comedy which is illustrated with maps of Italy and the region Dante knew especially, diagrams of the circles of Hell, and plates showing some of the historic sites mentioned by Dante in his poem.

 

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Commentary
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CANTO I
5
CANTO II
22
CANTO III
40
CANTO IV
55
CANTO V
72
CANTO VI
94
CANTO VII
106
CANTO XVIII
302
CANTO XIX
321
CANTO XX
339
CANTO XXI
356
CANTO XXII
370
CANTO XXIII
382
CANTO XXIV
400
CANTO XXV
420

CANTO VIII
119
CANTO IX
131
CANTO X
142
CANTO XI
161
CANTO XII
178
CANTO XIII
198
CANTO XIV
218
CANTO XV
243
CANTO XVI
266
CANTO XVII
286
CANTO XXVI
440
CANTO XXVII
464
CANTO XXVIII
487
CANTO XXIX
518
CANTO XXX
536
CANTO XXXI
555
CANTO XXXII
573
CANTO XXXIII
597
CANTO XXXIV
618
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