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by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)


Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)

(Major Italian classic; b. Florence, aristocratic family; political counsellor, exile and sentenced to death in absentia; l. in several Italian cities, d. Ravenna)



Works
Alighieri, Dante. La vita nuova. Lyric poems and prose. 1292.

_____. Vita nuova. In Opere minori. Ed. D. De Robertis and G. Contini. Milan and Naples, 1984.

_____. Vita Nuova. Ed. and trans. Mark Musa. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. La vita nuova / La vida nueva. Bilingual ed. Ed. Raffaele Pinto. Barcelona: Bosch, 1987.

_____. Vita nuova. Trans. B. Reynolds. Harmondsworth, 1969.

_____. Vida nueva. In Dante, Obras completas. Vol. 2. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2006. 5-71.*

_____. "Dos sextinas." Trans. Isabel Paraíso. (U de Valladolid). Hermeneus 15 (2013): 421-25.*

_____. Convivio. Criticism. c. 1304-8.

_____. Convivio. Ed. G. Bunselli and G. Vandelli. Introd. M. Barbi. 2nd ed. Appendix by A. E. Quaglio. Florence, 1964.

_____. Convivio. Ed. Maria Simonelli. Bologna, 1966.

_____. Il Convivio. Trans. P. H. Wicksteed. London (Temple Classics), 1904. Rpt. 1924.

_____. The Banquet. Trans. William W. Jackson. Oxford: Clarendon, 1909.

_____. El convite. In Dante, Obras completas. Vol. 2. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2006. 73-341.*

_____. "Il Convivio, Tract. II: Voi che 'ntendendo and Extracts from its Exposition." In Medieval Literary Theory and Criticism. Ed. A. J. Minnis and A. B. Scott. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1988. 394-412.*

_____. From Il Convivio (II.1). In The Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism. Ed. Vincent B. Leitch et al. New York: Norton, 2001.*

_____. "Translation Destroys the Sweetness of the Original." From Il Convivio. (1304-7). In Douglas Robinson, Western Translation Theory: From Herodotus to Nietzsche. Manchester: St. Jerome, 1997.*

_____. De vulgari eloquentia. Criticism. c. 1306-8.

_____. De vulgari eloquentia. Ed. Aristide Marigo. Florence: Le Monnier, 1938.

_____. De vulgari eloquentia. Ed. A. Marigo and P. Ricci. Florence: Le Monnier, 1957.

_____. De vulgari eloquentia. Selections from Book 1. In The Great Critics. Ed. J. H.Smith and E. W. Parks. New York: Norton, 1932. 516-19.*

_____. De vulgari eloquentia. Trans. A. G. Ferrers Howell and Philip H. Wicksteed. In Medieval Criticism. Ed. O. B. Hardison. 145-186.

_____. On Eloquence in the Vernacular. Selection. In Literary Criticism and Theory. Ed. R. C. Davis and L. Finke. London: Longman, 1989.147-56.*

_____. Sobre la lengua vulgar. In Dante, Obras completas. Vol. 2. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2006. 451-521.*

_____. Monarchia. 1310-13.

_____. Monarchia. Ed. P. G. Ricci. Verona, 1965.

_____. La monarquía. In Dante, Obras completas. Vol. 2. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2006. 343-450.*

_____. The Divine Comedy. Poem in 100 cantos. Written 1307-13.

_____. The Divine Comedy. Trans. Dorothy L. Sayers. 3 vols. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1949-1962. 1974.

_____. The Divine Comedy. Trans. John Ciardi. New York: Norton, 1977.

_____. The Divine Comedy. Trans. C. H. Sisson. Ed. David Higgins. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. The Divine Comedy. Trans. Charles Singleton. Princeton (NJ), 1970-5.

_____. The Divine Comedy, 1: Hell. Trans. Mark Musa. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. The First Three Circles of Hell. (Penguin 60s Classics). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

_____. The Divine Comedy II: Purgatory. Trans. Dorothy L. Sayers. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1955.

_____. La Divina Commedia. Trans. Charles S. Singleton. Princeton (NJ): Princeton UP, 1975.

_____. L'Enfer. (GF 725). Paris: Garnier-Flammarion.

_____. Le Purgatoire. (GF 724). Paris: Garnier-Flammarion.

_____. Le Paradis. (GF 726). Paris: Garnier-Flammarion.

_____. La Divina Comedia. Ed. Cayetano Rosell. Introd. Juan Eugenio Hartzenbusch. Illust. Gustave Doré. 2 vols. Barcelona: Ediciones Jover / Crédito Bibliotecario, 1991.*

_____. La Divina Comedia. Barcelona: Salvat, 1890.

_____. Divina Comedia. Barcelona: Planeta, 1992.

_____. La Divina Comedia. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe.

_____. La Divina Comedia. Notes by Pablo Costa. Trans. Manuel Aranda y Sanjuan. Barcelona: Maucci, 1921.

_____. Divina Comedia. Ed. Giorgio Petrocchi. Madrid: Cátedra.

_____. Divina Comedia. (Letras Universales). Madrid: Cátedra, 2014.

_____. Divina Comedia. (El Libro de Bolsillo). Madrid: Alianza, 1995.

_____. Divina Comedia. Ed. and trans. Ángel Crespo. In Dante, Obras completas. Vol. 1. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2004. 155-821.*

_____. Epistolae. Ed. and trans. Paget Toynbee. Oxford, 1920.

_____. Epistolae. Ed. P. Toynbee. 2nd ed. C. Hardie. Oxford, 1966.

_____. A Translation of Dante's Eleven Letters. By C. S. Latham. Boston, 1891.

_____. (attr.). Letter to Can Grande della Scala. c. 1318. Trans. Allan H. Gilbert. Select. in Gilbert 202-6.

_____. "Letter to Can Grande della Scala." Trans. in Critical Theory since Plato. Ed. Hazard Adams. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971. 121-123.*

_____. Epistle to Can Grande della Scala. Extract. In Medieval Literary Theory and Criticism. Ed. A. J. Minnis and A. B. Scott. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1988. 458-69.

_____. "Letter to Can Grande." Selection. In Literary Criticism and Theory. Ed. R. C. Davis and L. Finke. London: Longman, 1989. 157-62.*

_____. From Letter to Can Grande. (6, 7, 8, 10). In The Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism. Ed. Vincent B. Leitch et al. New York: Norton, 2001.*

_____. "XIII [X]. Al Can Grande de la Scala de Verona." In Dante, Cartas. In Dante, Obras completas. Vol. 2. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2006. 601-18.*

_____. Églogas. In Dante, Obras completas. Vol. 2. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2006. 619-44:*

_____. Rimas. In Dante, Obras completas. Vol. 2. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2006. 645-707.*

_____. Critical selections. In Saintsbury, Loci Critici. 77-84.

_____. Sobre la forma y lugar de los dos elementos, agua y tierra. Dante, Obras completas. Vol. 2. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2006. 523-53:*

_____. Dante and Giovanni del Virgilio. Comment and trans. by Phip H. Wicksteed. Westminster, 1902.

_____. La corrispondenza poetica di Dante Aligieri e Giovanni del Virgilio. ed. E. Bolisani and M. Valgimigli. Flornce: Olschki, 1963.

_____. A Translation of the Latin Works of Dante Alighieri. By A. G. F. Howell and P. Wicksteed. London: Dent, 1904.

_____. A Translation of the Latin Works of Dante Alighieri. Trans. P. H. Wicksteed. (Temple Classics). London, 1904. 1934.

_____. Opere. Ed. Ma. Barbi et al. Florence, 1921.

_____. Le Opere di Dante Alighieri. Ed. E. Moore and P. Toynbee. Oxford, 1924.

_____. The Portable Dante. Ed. Paolo Milano. New York: Viking, 1955.

_____. Literary Criticism of Dante Alighieri. Ed. and trans. R. S. Haller. Lincoln (NE), 1973.

_____. Opere minori. Ed. P. V. Mengaldo et al. Milan and Naples, 1979-84.

_____. Opere minori. Ed. D. De Robertis and G. Contini. Milan and Naples, 1984.

_____. Cartas. In Dante, Obras completas. Vol. 2. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2006. 555-618:*

_____. Obras completas. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2004. Vol 1, 2004; vol. 2, 2006.* (Vol. 1 trans. Ángel Crespo; Vol. 2 trans. Nicolás González Ruiz, Giovanni M. Bertini and José Luis Gutiérrez García).




Biography
Vidas de hombres célebres: Alejandro Magno, Aníbal, Viriato, El Cid Campeador, Jiménez de Cisneros, El Gran Capitán, Cristóbal Colón, Vasco de Gama, Hernán Cortés, Pizarro, Cervantes, Quevedo, Lope de Vega, Mozart, Franklin, Godoy, Moratín, Vágner, Dante de Alighieri, Don Juan de Austria. (Biblioteca para niños). Barcelona: Editorial Ramón Sopena, 1935.*

Audio
Arqués, Rossend. "La vida de Dante." (Ciclo: Dante, su vida, su obra, su tiempo). Lecture at Fundación Juan March 28 May 2013.*



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Criticism
Alighieri, Pietro. Petri Allegherii super Dantis ipsius genitoris Comoediam Commentarium. Ed. V. Nannucci. Florence, 1845.

_____. Il 'Commentarium' di Pietro Alighieri. Ed. R. della Vedova and M. T. Silvotti. Florence: Olschki, 1978.

_____. "Commentary on Dante's Comedy: Prologue and Exposition of the Inferno, chapter [sic ] 5." In Medieval Literary Theory and Criticism. Ed. A. J. Minnis and A. B. Scott. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1988. 476-91.*

Altamiranda, Daniel. "Dante entre Eliot y Borges." Cuadernos de Literatura Inglesa y Norteamericana 1.1 (1996): 37-42.*

Anderson, William. Dante the Maker. London, 1980.

Applewhite, James. "Dante's Use of the Extended Simile in the 'Inferno'." Italica 41.3 (1964): 294-309.

Baranski, Zygmunt G., and Theodore J. Cachey, Jr., with Demetrio S. Yocum, eds. Petrarch & Dante: Anti-Dantism, Metaphysics, Tradition. Notre Dame: U of Notre Dame P, 2009.

Barolini, T. Dante's Poets: Textuality and Truth in the Comedy. Princeton (NJ), 1984.

Berardinelli, Francesco. Il Concetto della Divina Commedia. Napoli: Gabrielle Rondinella, 1859.

Bernardo, A. S., and A. L. Pellegrini, eds. Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio: Studies in the Italian Trecento in Honor of C. S. Singleton. Binghampton (NY): Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1983.

Billanovich, Giuseppe. "Tra Dante e Petrarca." Italia medioevale e umanistica viii (1965).

Bloom, Harold. "The Strangeness of Dante: Ulysses and Beatrice." In Bloom, The Western Canon. 1994. London: Macmillan, 1995.76-104.*

Bobes, Carmen, et al. "Preludio del Renacimiento: Autores de transición." In Bobes, et al. Historia de la Teoría Literaria, II: Transmisores. Edad Media. Poéticas clasicistas. Madrid: Gredos, 1998. (II.V). (Dante, Boccaccio, Averroes, Spanish medieval criticism).

Boccaccio, Giovanni. "The Life of Dante." In Gilbert 208-11. Select. and trans. of Vita di Dante. 1363-4.

_____. Vida de Dante. Ed. and trans. Carlos Alvar. Madrid: Alianza, 1993.

_____. Trattatello in laude di Dante. Red. I. Ed. P. G. Ricci. In Boccaccio, Opere . Mondadori. 3.469-81.

_____. Short Treatise in Praise of Dante. Extract. Trans. David Wallace. In Medieval Literary Theory and Criticism. Ed. A. J. Minnis and A. B. Scott. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1988. 492-503.

_____. Esposizioni sopra la Comedìa di Dante. Ed. Giorgio Padoan. In Boccaccio, Opere 6. Mondadori.

_____. "Expository Lectures on Dante's Comedy: Prologue." Trans. David Wallace. In Medieval Literary Theory and Criticism. Ed. A. J. Minnis and A. B. Scott. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1988. 503-19.

Bolisani, E., and M. Valgimigli. La Corrispondenza poetica di Dante Alighieri e Giovanni del Virgilio. Florence, 1963.

Borges, Jorge Luis. Nueve ensayos dantescos. 1982.

_____. Nueve ensayos dantescos. In Borges, Obras completas. Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores. Vol. 4.

Branca, V. "Poetica del rinnovamento e tradizione agiografica nella Vita nuova." In Studi in onore di I. Siziliano. Flornece, 1966. 1.123-48.

Braida, Antonella. Dante and the Romantics. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2004.

Brieger, P., M. Meiss and C. S. Singleton. Illuminated Manuscripts of the Divine Comedy. Princeton ,1969.

Brugnoli, Giorgio. "Ut patet per Senecam in suis tragediis." (Dante). Rivista di cultura classica e medievale 5 (1963): 146-63.

Caesar, Michael, ed. Dante: The Critical Heritage. London: Routledge, 1989.

Campos, Augusto de. Invençâo (de Arnaut e Raimbaut a Dante e Cavalcanti). Sâo Paulo: Arx, 2003.

Carlyle, Thomas. "The Hero as Poet: Dante, Shakespeare." In Carlyle, On Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History. Philadelphia: Altemus, 1894. 106-54.

Carlyle, Thomas. "The Hero as Man of Letters: Johnson, Rousseau, Burns." In Carlyle, On Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History. Philadelphia: Altemus, 1894. 206-60.



Centenary Essays on Dante, by Members of the Dante Society. Oxford, 1965.

Clements, R. J., ed. American Critical Essays on the Divine Comedy. New York and London, 1967.

Colinas, Antonio. Sobre la Vida Nueva. Oviedo: Nobel, 1996.

Comens, Bruce. "Stages of Love, Steps to Hell: Dante's Rime Petrose." MLN 101.1 (January 1986).

Coste, Didier. "Open and Covert Discursive Articulations in Dante's Vita Nuova." In Coste, Narrative as Communication. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1989. 231-8.*

Crescini, V. "Les razos provenzali e le prose della Vita nuova." Giornale storico della letteratura italiana 32 (1898): 463-5.

Crespo, Ángel. "Estudio preliminar." In Dante, Obras completas. Introducción, traducción en verso y notas de Ángel Crespo. Vol. 1. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2004. 7-152. (With a bibliog. addenda by Pilar Gómez Bedate, 153-54).*

_____. "Apéndice: La Comedia de Dante: Problemas y métodos de traducción." Lecture read at the Secondo Incontro Internazionale sulla Letteratura e Filologia Italiana, Università degli Studi di Bari, 12 March 1975. In Dante, Obras completas. Introducción, traducción en verso y notas de Ángel Crespo. Vol. 1. Barcelona: Aguilar, 2004. 823-46.*

Curran, Stuart, ed. The Cambridge Companion to British Romanticism. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Curran, Stuart, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Dante. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Dinsmore, C. A. Aids to the Study of Dante. Boston, 1903.

Douglass, Paul, ed. T. S. Eliot, Dante, and the Idea of Europe. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011.

Dronke, P. "Boethius, Alanus, and Dante." In Dronke, The Medieval Poet and His World 431-8.

_____. "The Commedia and Medieval Modes of Reading." In Dronke, Dante and Medieval Latin Traditions. Cambridge, 1986.

_____. Dante and Medieval Latin Traditions. Cambridge, 1986.

Eco, Umberto. "Introduzione: La semosi ermetica e il 'paradigma del velame'." In L'Idea deforme: Interpretazione esoteriche di Dante. Milano: Bompiani, 1989.

_____. Serendipities: Language and Lunacy. Trans. William Weaver. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1999. (Foigny, de Maistre, Leibniz, Dante, Abulafia).

_____. "Lectura del Paraíso." In Eco, Sobre literatura. Barcelona: RqueR editorial, 2002. 25-32.*

Eliot, T. S. "Dante." In Eliot, El bosque sagrado: Edición bilingüe. San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Madrid): Langre, 2004. 427-49.*

_____. Dante. London: London: Faber and Faber, 1929.

_____. Dante. 1929. In Eliot, Selected Essays. 3rd. ed. London: Faber, 1951. 237-79.*

_____. "What Dante Means to Me." In Eliot, To Criticize the Critic. New York: Harcourt, 1965.*

Foster, K., and P. J. Boyde. Dante's Lyric Poetry. Oxford, 1967.

Franke, William. Dante's Interpretive Journey. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1996.

Freccero, J. "Casella's Song (Purg. ii.112)." Dante Studies 91 (1973): 73-80.

Gilson, E. Dante the Philosopher. Trans. D. Moore. London, 1948.

Gómez Canseco, Luis. "Dos sonetos entre Dante Alighiei y Guido Cavalcanti." La Zanahoria Metafísica 1 (1994): 41-50.

Grandgent, C. H. Dante. New York, 1921.

Grayson, C. "Dante's Theory and Practice of Poetry." In Grayson, The World of Dante: Essays on Dante and His Times. (Oxford Dante Society). Oxford, 1960.

_____. "Nobilior est vulgaris: Latin and Vernacular in Dante's Thought." In Centenary Essays on Dante, by Members of the Dante Society. Oxford, 1965.

_____. "Dante and the Renaissance." In C. P. Brand. et al., Italian Studies Presented to E. R. Vincent. Cambridge, 1962.

Green, Richard Hamilton. "Dante's 'Allegory of Poets' and the Mediaeval Theory of Poetic Fiction." Comparative Literature 9 (1957): 118-28.

Groussac, Paul. "La gloria de Dante." In Groussac, Crítica literaria. Barcelona: Hyspamérica/Orbis, 1987. 57-75.

Guido da Pisa. Expositiones et Glose super Comediam Dantis.

_____. Declaratio super Comediam Dantis. Ed. F. Mazzoni. Florence, 1970.

_____. Commentary on Dante's Comedy. Latin text. In Jenaro-MacLennan, The Trecento Commentaries.

_____. "Commentary on Dante's Comedy: Prologue." In Medieval Literary Theory and Criticism. Ed. A. J. Minnis and A. B. Scott. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1988. 469-76.

_____. "Commentary on Dante's Comedy: Prologue." Trans. V. Cioffari and F. Mazzoni. Dante Studies 90 (1972): 126-37.

Habib, M. A. R. "9. The Later Middle Ages." In Habib, A History of Literary Criticism: From Plato to the Present. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 166-214.* (Hugh of St. Victor, John of Salisbury, Dante Alighieri, Geoffrey de Vinsauf, Ib Rushd (Averroës), St. Thomas Aquinas).

Hall, Vernon. "Dante." In Hall, A Short History of Literary Criticism. New York: New York UP, 1963.

Hollander, Robert. Allegory in Dante's Commedia. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1969.

_____. "DanteTheologus-Poeta." Dante Studies 94 (1976): 91-136.

_____. "Purgatorio ii: Cato's Rebuke and Dante's scoglio." In Hollander, Studies in Dante. Revenna, 1980.

_____. "A Checklist of Commentators on the Commedia (1322-1982)." Dante Studies (1988).

Imola, Benvenuto de' Rambaldi da. Commento latino sulla Divina Commedia. Italian trans. and ed. Giovanni Tamburini. 3 vols. Imola: Galeati, 1855-6.

Jaime-Ramírez, Helios. "El viaje iniciático: Brendan y Dante." Tropelías 7/8 (1996/97 [Issued 1999]): 157-64.*

Jenaro-McLennan, L. "Autocomentario en Dante y comentarismo latino." Vox Romanica 19 (1960): 82-123.

_____. The Trecento Commentaries on the Divina Commedia and the Epistle to Cangrande. Oxford, 1974.

Ker, W. P. "Allegory and Myth." (Dante). 1921. In Ker, Collected Essays. London: Macmillan, 1925. 2.306-9.

_____. "Divina Commedia." 1923. In Ker, Collected Essays. London: Macmillan, 1925. 1.305-20.

Knight, G. Wilson. The Christian Renaissance with Intepretations of Dante, Shakespeare and Goethe. 1933.

Lansing, Richard H. From Image to Idea: A Study of the Simile in Dante's 'Commedia'. Ravenna, 1977.

Lowell, James Russell. "Dante." In Lowell, Literary Essays. Boston: Houghton, 1890. 4.118-264.

Mandelstam, Osip. Coloquio sobre Dante. La cuarta prosa. Trans. Jesús García Gabaldón. Madrid: Visor, 1996.

Mandonnet, P. Dante le théologien. Paris, 1935.

Mason, H. A. "A Journey Through Hell: Dante's Inferno Revisited: Pagan Inmates in Dante's Hell -- Canto IX." Cambridge Quarterly 18.1 (1989): 1-33.

Mazzaro, J. The Figure of Dante: An Essay on the Vita nuova. Princeton (NJ), 1981.

Mazzoni, Jacopo. "A Discourse in Defense of the Comedy of Dante." 1572. Select and trans. Allan H. Gilbert. In Gilbert 359.

_____. Della defesa della Commedia di Dante. 1587.

_____. "On the Defense of the Comedy." 1587. Select. and trans. Allan H. Gilbert. In Literary Criticism from Plato to Dryden. Ed. A. Gilbert. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1962. 359-403.

_____. "On the Defense of the Comedy of Dante." Select. and trans. in Critical Theory since Plato. Ed. Hazard Adams. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971. 179-191.

_____. From On the Defence of the Comedy of Dante (From "Introduction and Summary"). In The Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism. Ed. Vincent B. Leitch et al. New York: Norton, 2001.*

Mazzeo, J. A. Medieval Cultural Tradition in Dante's Comedy. Ithaca, 1960.

_____. Structure and Thought in the Paradiso. Ithaca, 1958.

Mazzotta, Giuseppe. Dante, Poet of the Desert. Princeton (NJ), 1979.

_____. Dante's Vision and the Circle of Knowledge. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1993.

Megaldo, P. V. Linguistica e retorica di Dante. Pisa: Nistri Lischi, 1978.

Milbank, Alison. "Tolkien and Dante's Earthly Paradise: Enculturing Nature." In J.R.R. Tolkien: the Forest and the City. Ed. Helen Conrad-O'Briain and Gerard Hynes. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013. 154-66.*

Minnis, A. J., and A. B. Scott. "The Transformation of Critical Tradition: Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio." In Minnis and Scott, Medieval Literary Theory and Criticism c.1100- c 1375: The Commentary Tradition. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1988. 373-438.

_____. "Assessing the New Author: Commentary on Dante." (Guido da Pisa, Pietro Alighieri, Boccaccio). In Minnis and Scott, Medieval Literary Theory and Criticism c.1100- c 1375: The Commentary Tradition. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1988. 439-519.

Montgomery, Robert. "Dante's Esthetic of Grace and the Reader's Imagination." In Montgomery, The Reader's Eye: Studies in Didactic Theory from Dante to Tasso. Berkeley: U of California P, 1979. 50-92.*

Mounin, Georges. Lyrisme de Dante. Paris: PUF, 1965.

Musa, Mark, ed. Essays on Dante. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1964.

Nardi, B. "Osservazioni sul medievale 'accessus ad auctores' in rapporto all' Epistola a Cangrande'." In Nardi, Saggi e note di critica Dantesca. Milan and Naples, 1966. 268-305.

Nuttall, A. D. "The Commedia." In Nuttall, Openings: Narrative Beginnings from the Epic to the Novel. Oxford: Clarendon, 1992. 33-73.*

Ossola, C. "Dante (1265-1321)." In A History of European Literature. Ed. Annick Benoit-Dusausoy and Guy Fontaine. London: Routledge, 2000. 132-35.*

Page, Thomas Nelson. Dante and His Influence. New York: Scribner's, 1922.

Paparelli, G. Ideologia e poesia di Dante. Florence, 1975.

Papini, Giovanni. Dante vivo. Buenos Aires: Tor, 1942.

Pfeiffer, Rudolf. "Prehumanismo en Italia y el comienzo del humanismo: Petrarca y Boccaccio." In Pfeiffer, Historia de la filología clásica. Madrid: Gredos, 1981. 2.17-52.

Powys, John Cowper. "Dante." In Powys, The Pleasures of Literature. 1938. London: Village Press, 1975. 251-83.

Pucci, Joseph. "Scala a Dio: Dante and Ovid." In Pucci, The Full-Knowing Reader. New Haven: Yale UP, 1998. 199-222.*

Rabinovitz, Rubin. "Beckett, Dante, and the Metaphorical Representation of Intangible Reality." In Beckett Translating / Translating Beckett. Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, Charles Rossman, and Dina Sherzer.University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1987. 57-64.*

Ranja, P. Lo schema della Vita nuova. Verona, 1890.

Rascoe, Burton. "Dante and the Medieval Mind." In Rascoe, Titans of Literature. London: Routledge, 1933. 151-80.

Renucci, P. Dante, Discipline et juge du monde gréco-latin. Paris, 1954.

Richthofen, Erich von. "El tratado de Dante según la moderna geografía lingüística." In von Richthofen, Límites de la crítica literaria y Analectas de filología comparada. Barcelona: Planeta, 1976. 65-82.

Ruskin, John. "Dante." From The Stones of Venice. 1851-3. In The Literary Criticism of John Ruskin. New York: Doubleday, 1965. 36-9.

Sandkühler, Bruno. Die frühen Dantekommentare und ihr Verhältnis zur mittelalterlichen Kommentartradition. Munich: Hueber, 1967.

Santayana, George. Three Philosophical Poets: Lucretius, Dante and Goethe. 1910.

_____. Three Philosophical Poets: Lucretius, Dante and Goethe. Cambridge, 1944.

_____. Three Philosophical Poets: Lucretius, Dante and Goethe. New York: Doubleday, 1953.

_____. Tres poetas filósofos: Lucrecio, Dante, Goethe. Buenos Aires: Losada, 1952.

Sarolli, G. R. "Autoesegesi dantesca e tradizione esegetica medievale." Convivium 34 (1966): 77-112.

Schlegel, August Wilhelm von. "Dante—über die Göttliche Komödie'." 1791.

_____. "Noble Rust." From "Dante—über die Göttliche Komödie'." 1791. In Douglas Robinson, Western Translation Theory: From Herodotus to Nietzsche. Manchester: St. Jerome, 1997.*

Senior, Matthew. In the Grip of Minos: Confessional Discourse in Dante, Corneille, and Racine. Ohio State UP, 1994.

Shapiro, Marianne. Woman Earthly and Divine in the Comedy of Dante.

_____. De vulgari Eloquentia: Dante's Book of Exile.

_____. Dante and the Knot of Body and Soul. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1999.

Sicari, Stephen. Pound's Epic Ambition: Dante and the Modern World. (The Margins of Literature). Albany: SUNY Press, 1991.*

Silverstein, H. G. "Dante and Vergil the Mystic." Harvard Studies and Notes in Philology and Literature 14 (1932): 51-82.

Simpson, Richard. "Dante's Philosophy of Love." 1862. In Richard Simpson as Critic. Ed. David Carroll. London: Routledge, 1977. 90-103.

Singleton, Charles S. An Essay on the Vita nuova. Cambridge (MA), 1949.

_____. "Dante's Allegory." Speculum 25 (1950): 78-83.

_____. "Allegory." In Essays on Dante. Ed. Mark Musa. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1964.

_____, ed. Dante Studies. Cambridge (MA), 1954-.

Sollers, Philippe. "Dante et la traversée de l'écriture." In Sollers, Logiques. Paris: Seuil, 1968. 44-77.

Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty. "Finding Feminist Readings: Dante-Yeats." 1980. In Spivak, In Other Worlds. New York: Routledge, 1988. 15-29.

Tambling, Jeremy. Dante and Difference. 1988.

Thompson, D. "Dante's Ulysses and the Allegorical Journey." Dante Studies 85 (1967): 35-58.

Thomson, D. "Dante and Bernard Silvestris." Viator 1 (1970).

Took, J. F. Dante: Lyric Poet and Philosopher: An Introduction to the Minor Works. Oxford: Oxford UP,1990.

Toynbee, P. "Aristotle's De Animalibus in Dante and other Medieval Writers." In Toynbee, Dante Studies and Researches. London, 1902.

_____. "Dante's Obligations to the Magnae Derivationes of Uguccione of Pisa." Romania 26 (1897): 543-4.

_____. "Dante's Latin Dictionary (The Magnae Derivationes of Uguccione da Pisa). (Hugutio da Pisa). In Toynbee, Dante Studies and Researches. London, 1902.

Trigueros Cano, José Antonio. Conceptos fundamentales de la poética teórica de Dante Alighieri. Murcia: Departamento de Filología Francesa, Románica, Italiana y Arabe de la Universidad de Murcia, 1992.

Vallone, A. Storia della critica dantesca dal XIV al XX secolo. Padua, 1981.

Vance, Eugene. "The Differing Seed: Dante's Brunetto Latini." In Vance, Mervelous Signals: Poetics and Sign Theory in the Middle Ages. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1986. 230-55.*

Wicksteed, P. H., and E. G. Gardner. Dante and Giovanni del Virgilio. Westminster, 1902.

Williams, Charles. The Figure of Beatrice, a Study in Dante. 1943.

The World of Dante: Essays on Dante and His Times. (Oxford Dante Society). Oxford, 1960.

Zabughin, Vladimiro. Virgilio nel rinascimento italiano da Dante a Torquato Tasso. 2 vols. Bologna: Zanichelli, 1921-23.

Zschirnt, Christiane. "1. Obras que describen el mundo. La Biblia. Homero: La Odisea. Dante Alighieri: Divina Comedia. Miguel de Cervantes: El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha. Johann Wolfgang Goethe: Fausto. Honoré de Balzac: La comedia humana. Herman Melville: Moby Dick o la ballena blanca. James Joyce: Ulises." In Zschirnt, Libros: Todo lo que hay que leer. Madrid: Santillana-Taurus, 2004. 25-52.*

Anthologies

Freccero, John, ed. Dante: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs (NJ): Prentice-Hall, 1965.
Audio

Arqués, Rossend. "La Divina Comedia" (Ciclo: Dante: Su vida, su obra, su tiempo). Lecture at Fundación Juan March 30 May 2013. Online audio:


http://www.march.es/conferencias/anteriores/voz.aspx?id=2950&l=1

2013


Vallcorba, Jaume. "El amor cortés: de los trovadores a Dante." Fundación Juan March 17 Jan. 2013.*

http://www.march.es/conferencias/anteriores/voz.aspx?id=2922&l=1

2012


Dictionaries and encyclopedias

Bosco, Umberto, ed. Enciclopedia Dantesca. Rome, 1970-78.


Films
TV Dante. Dir. Peter Greenaway. TV documentary on the 1st eight cantos of Inferno.

Journals


Freccero, John. "Casella's Song (Purg. ii.112)." Dante Studies 91 (1973): 73-80.

Literature

Brown, Dan. Inferno. London: Transworld-Bantam Press, 2013.*

Music
Aracil, Alfredo. "Paradiso (Cuaderno I)." A cappellla chorus on Dante's Commedia. 1990. In Aracil, Paradiso: Obra coral. CD. Valencia: Columna Música / Institut Valenciá de la Música, 2004.*

_____. "Paradiso (Cuaderno II)." Chorus and instruments. 2004. In Aracil, Paradiso: Obra coral. CD. Valencia: Columna Música / Institut Valenciá de la Música, 2004.*

Tavener, John. Diódia. The World. Akhmatova Songs. Many Years. Patricia Rozario. The Vanbrugh Quartet. CD. London: Hyperion, 2001.* (Akhmatova Songs: "Dante," "Pushkin and Lermontov," "Boris Pasternak," "Couplet," "The Muse," "Death").


Prizes


Dante Prize, Dante Society of America
Related works
Archer, William. Paolo and Francesca. Poetic drama. 1902.

Phillips, Stephen. Paolo and Francesca. Verse drama.


Theatrical productions



Welles, Orson. Time Runs. Theatrical prod., Paris, 1950. (Based on Marlowe, Milton, and Dante. Music by Duke Ellington).


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