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an Italian poet famous for writing the Divine Comedy that describes a journey through Hell and purgatory and paradise guided by Virgil and his idealized Beatrice (1265-1321)


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The conference is the second international Arts and Humanities conference organised by Umberto Mondini, President of the Dante Alighieri Society of Cyprus and Dr Rossitsa Terzieva-Artemis Associate Professor of Literature at the University of Nicosia.
(1.) All quotations from the Commedia are from the Petrocchi edition (Alighieri, 1966-1967).
Dante Alighieri was born in Florence, Italy around 1265.
Desde ahi, en conexion con el imaginario sacro o mitologico y con los misterios del Medioevo, encuentra amplisima inspiracion para su propio ideario mistico en la obra de Alighieri; el poema es un hervidero de imagenes contadas y profusamente descritas.
In some instances, the writer's imagery is akin to Dante Alighieri's Inferno as each pursuant episode sets a new precedent of human horror.
Among his selections are Plato's Phaedrus, Dante Alighieri from The Divine Comedy: Paradiso (1308-21), Baruch Spinoza concerning God from The Ethics (1677), William Wordsworth's Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood (1807), Ralph Waldo Emerson's The Transcendentalist (1842), Sigmund Freud on dream as the fulfillment of a wish from The Interpretation of Dreams (1900), Marcel Proust on overture from Swann's Way (1913), George Santayana from Skepticism and Animal Faith (1923), Richard Rorty's Is Derrida a Quasi-Transcendental Philosopher?
Show also includes prints from Dali's 'Divine Comedy' series, based on Dante Alighieri's epic work.
We both wanted a unusual name and I was looking for a name from ancient Egypt but when David came up with Dante, I knew the name from the Italian poet Dante Alighieri.
In the edition of the Convivio commissioned by the Societa Dantesca Italiana, Franca Brambilla Ageno made the case for "8 years" arguing that "8 months" would upset the symmetry of Dante's design of life's ages and, moreover, she wrote that "8 years" was added in a second instance to make room for puerizia during the first 8 years of life (see Alighieri 1995a 218-19).
According to the author's publishers La Nave di Teseo, the main title is the first three words of Canto 7 of Inferno, the first part of Dante Alighieri's 14th-century epic poem Divine Comedy.
Se Dante Alighieri se orgulhava de ter uma biblioteca com alguns milhares de livros, hoje cada cidadao pode possuir, na palma de sua mao, uma biblioteca de mais de um trilhao de paginas, uma vez que a internet nao e outra coisa senao a reuniao das bibliotecas do mundo inteiro, multiplicadas de forma exponencial.
Walking through the seven deadly sins during the play of Dante Alighieri's Purgatorio, the second part of Dante's trilogy The Divine Comedy, was like having your soul judged in the meanest way possible--but once you reach the end of it, you are finally purged from sins and ready to enter heaven.