Dante Alighieri

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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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Eliot's European Tradition: The Roles of Dante Aligheri and Matthew Arnold" is of special interest here, especially when juxtaposed with Marius Hentea's "The Silence of the Last Poet: Matthew Arnold, T.
Ginsberg did not mention Dante Aligheri in his extensive annotations for Barry Miles' scholarly edition of "Howl" (1986), so critics have not fully explored the profound influence of the Inferno.
Many other authors--Geoffrey Chaucer, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Dante Aligheri, Jane Austen, Raymond Chandler and Ian Fleming, to name a few--died before finishing their greatest works, leaving their readers with only dreams of what could have been.
La primera lista de hace mil 500 anos fue redactada por el papa Gregorio el Magno y recuperada por Dante Aligheri como argumento de La Divina Comedia, en el siglo XIV: lujuria, gula, avaricia, pereza, ira, envidia y soberbia.
it shows you how you can be somewhere else and even begin to take on other people's concerns--I wasn't talking about Dante Aligheri.