Dante


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Dante embedded platform promises to fit where other hardware solutions won't, giving customers immediate access to thousands of available Dante-enabled products from hundreds of OEMs in countless installations.
Dante earned a shot at Koura's belt by scoring a split 10-round decision over Naoya Haruguchi in Kagoshima last September.
Kay's third chapter tackles Guittone d'Arezzo's complex relationship to Dante's poetics of desire.
The consummate scholar, Santagata always clearly distinguishes between the facts of Dante's life and the way the poet represents himself (such as in his Vita Nova).
After exploring the place that can only be reached by foot, Dante told his friends that he will develop the area into a world class tourist spot and asked them if they will be joining him.
"Dante IP Core reduces the marginal costs of incorporating Dante in FPGA-based products, offering OEMs greater flexibility in aligning product families," the company says.
While the book lends itself to usefulness as a research reference, aficionados of Lewis, Dante, or both will want to read every chapter.
I have always had a very high emotional threshold and I could put up with things I see on TV but since having Dante, more things make me feel emotional, which is very interesting.
This year, the 750th anniversary of the poet's birth, lots of others are singing his praises as well--actor Roberto Benigni, reciting Dante in the Italian Senate; Pope Francis, who recommended the Commedia as preparation for the upcoming Holy Year of Mercy; astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, who read Dante aloud from the International Space Station; and "your working boy," as American Conservative Senior Editor Rod Dreher likes to refer to himself.
Dante expresses his views on language in many of his writings, including the Commedia, but his most thorough and sustained writings on the topic, and those on which this paper principally draws, are II Convivio, De Vulgari Eloquentia, and La Vita Nuova.
Freedom Readers argues that Dante's Divine Comedy has influenced black American writers from the late 1800s through modern times.