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Dante

full name Dante Alighieri. 1265--1321, Italian poet famous for La Divina Commedia (?1309--?1320), an allegorical account of his journey through Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise, guided by Virgil and his idealized love Beatrice. His other works include La Vita Nuova (?1292), in which he celebrates his love for Beatrice

Dante

travels through Hell, Purgatory, Paradise. [Ital. Lit.: Divine Comedy, Magill I, 211–213]
See: Journey

DANTE

A company established by the national research networks in Europe to provide international network services.
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But tell me, Dantes, if you had command of the Pharaon should you be glad to see Danglars remain?
On turning round the owner saw Danglars behind him, apparently awaiting orders, but in reality also watching the young sailor, -- but there was a great difference in the expression of the two men who thus followed the movements of Edmond Dantes.
The musical sounds Dante features in Inferno, however, are not the traditional musicals sounds to which we are accustomed.
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Directed by Kevin Reynolds (``Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves''), the unfortunate Dantes is played by Jim Caviezel (``The Thin Red Line''), who gives his character a consistent brood as he is transformed from innocent to calculating count.
She captures Sylvia's fear and frustration as she tries to get into the mind of Dantes to stop a catastrophe.
While in prison, Dantes meets a priest, Abbe Faria (the splendid Richard Harris), an Obi-Wan Kenobi prototype who schools him in reading, sword-fighting and philosophy.
Dante and the Making of a Modern Author is a brilliant work, comprehensive in scope, convincing in its conclusions, abounding in original insights, exhaustively researched, philologically rigorous, theoretically sophisticated.
In the Commedia, Dante follows Claudian's example by making Briareos and the fallen Giants examples of duplicity and deceit.
Their stunning and inventive take on Dante's Inferno will be sure to wow players around the world and we are extremely proud to be able to provide those individuals with insight into the creative processes involved in adapting Dante to a new medium.
Jane Everson analyzes in her article Frederick Ashton's ballet Dante Sonata in both its first performance of 1940 and its 2000 revival.