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Dante Alighieri (Modern Critical Views)


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Editor's Note

Harold Bloom

Two Kinds of Allegory 
Charles S. Singleton

Figural Art in the Middle Ages
Erich Auerbach

Epic Tradition and Inferno IX
David Quint

Manfred's Wounds and the Poetics of the Purgatorio 
John Freccero

Autocitation and Autobiography
Teodolinda Barolini

Infernal Metamorphoses: An Interpretation of Dante's ?Counterpass? 
Kenneth Gross

The Light of Venus and the Poetry of Dante: Vita Nuova and Inferno XXVII 
Giuseppe Mazzotta

The Otherworldly World of the Paradiso 
Jaroslav Pelikan

Writing in Dante?s Cult of Truth from Borges to Boccaccio: Synchronicity 
María Rosa Menocal

Purgatory as Paradigm: Traveling the New and Never-Before-Traveled Path of this Life/Poem 
Teodolinda Barolini

Dante's Vision and the Circle of Knowledge: Imagination and Knowledge in Puragatorio XVII-XVIII 
Giuseppe Mazzotta

The Strangeness of Dante: Ulysses and Beatrice 
Harold Bloom

Mismapping the Underworld: Daring and Error in Dante?s ?Comedy? 
John Kleiner

Dante's Interpretive Journey: Truth Through Interpretation and the Hermeneutic of Faith
William Franke






An allegory composed of three parts, the "Inferno, Purgatorio, and "Paradiso, Dante's "The Divine Comedy remains one of the greatest works in classic literature

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