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Dante studies and researches.

Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press [1971] .
ISBN 0804611947, 9780804611947

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Subjects Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.
Description viii, 359 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Reprint of the 1902 edition.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Dante and the Lancelot romance -- Some obligations of Dante to Albertus Magnus -- Dante's obligations to the Elementa Astronomica of Alfraganus (chiefly in the Vita Nuova and Convivio) -- Dante's theories as to the spots on the moon -- Dante's references to Pythagoras -- Dante's Latin dictionary (the Magna Derivationes of Uguccione da Pisa) -- Dante's reference to Tartar cloths (Inferno, xvii. 14-17) -- Dante's obligations to the Ormista (the Historia adversum Paganos of Orosius) -- Dante's reference to the spear of Peleus (Inferno, xxxi. 4-6) -- Dante's seven examples of munificence in the Convivio (iv. 11) -- Dante and "Seneca Morale" (Inferno, iv. 141) -- Professor Rajna's critical text of the De Vulgari Eloquentia -- A biographical notice of Dante in the 1494 edition of the Speculum Historiale of Vincent of Beauvais -- Homer in Dante and in Benvenuto da Imola -- Benvenuto da Imola and his Commentary on the Divina Commedia -- Shorter Dante notes. The coins denominated Santelene by Dante (Convivio, iv. 11) -- A misreading in recent editions of Dante's Letter to Can Grande (Epistolae, x. 22) -- A misquotation of Dante's in the Convivio (i. 12) -- Aristotle's De Animalibus in Dante and other mediaeval writers -- "Aeneidorum" in the De Vulgari Eloquentia -- Paris and Tristan in the Inferno (v. 67) -- "Il Re Giovane" in the Inferno (xxviii. 135) -- "Il Vecchio Alardo" in the Inferno (xxviii. 18) -- "Cennamella" in the Inferno (xxii. 10) -- "Pozza" in the Inferno (vii. 127) -- Two references to Dante in early French literature -- Dante and Arnaut Daniel : a note on Purgatorio (xxvi. 118-119) -- "Il Semplice Lombardo" in the Purgatorio (xvi. 126) -- The art of illuminating at Paris in the time of Dante -- "Heliotropium" in Dante's Letter to the Princes and Peoples of Italy (Epilstolae, v. 1) -- Did Dante know Hebrew? -- Dante's "Guizzante" (Inferno, xv. 4) : the mediaeval port of Wissant -- Dante's use of the name "Trinacria" for Sicily (Paradiso, viii. 67) -- "Il Ciotto di Gerusalemme" in the Paradiso (xix. 127) : the claim of Charles of Anjou to the title of Jerusalem -- The date of Cacciaguida's birth (Paradiso, xvi. 34-39) -- Hugh Capet in the Divina Commedia and the Satyre Menippee -- An erroneous reading in the De Monarchia (ii. 3) -- Was Dante acquainted with Claudian? -- Did Dante write "Re Giovane" or "Re Giovanni" (Inferno, xxviii. 135)? -- Dante's interpretation of "Galilea" as "Bianchezza" (Convivio, iv. 22) -- "La Seconda Morte" in the Inferno (i. 117) -- Rahab's place in Dante's Paradise (Paradiso, ix. 116) -- "Li tre Tarquinii" in the Convivio (iv. 5) -- Dante's statement in the De Monarchia (ii. 9) as to the relations of Alexander the Great with the Romans -- A doubtful reading in Dante's Letter to the Emperor Henry VII. (Epist. vii. 8) -- Dante's use of "rendersi" (Inferno, xxvii. 83) and "renduto" (Purgatorio, xx. 54) Dante and the Book of Tobit (Paradiso, iv. 48) -- "Fons Pietatis" in the De Monarchia (ii. 5) -- The chronology of Paradiso, vi. 1-6, 37-39 -- "Ildebrandinus Paduanus" in the De Vulgari Eloquentia (i. 14) -- A disputed reading in the De Monarchia (ii. 1) -- Dante, Arnaut Daniel, and the Terza Rima -- The colour perse in Dante and other mediaeval writers -- "Sigieri" in the Paradiso (x. 136) -- Addenda.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)105105
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WorldCat Identities Toynbee, Paget Jackson, 1855-1932.
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