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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]
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DANTE

A company established by the national research networks in Europe to provide international network services.
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In both he demonstrates that Dante sought to legitimate his authority by moving among its textual, social, political, and ecclesiastical forms rather than by confining himself to any one of them.
It's been seven years since Dantes and Karylle broke up, after three years of being in a relationship, and now they're married to their own partners Dantes to actress Marian Rivera and Karylle to Sponge Cola frontman Yael Yuzon.
Per far bella e completa la festa di Dante e necessaria soprattutto la presema di Dante.
Cordelia Ray and William Wells Brown, is called "Colored Dante.
This is also the goal that Dante strives for in writing the Divine Comedy.
A number of scholars have underscored the way in which Filelfo's incendiary public lectures on Dante fueled tensions between the Medici and Albizzi factions.
Thus Corinna Salvadori, 'Landmarks in the Fortunes of Dante in the Florentine Quattrocento' (pp.
ALTHOUGH DANTE HIMSELF never used the term "divine comedy," it may be the most far-reaching to have worked its way into popular culture.
Not only does Dante evoke poetically the ennobling effects of love upon him, the pain of love disdained, and his own longing for death when Beatrice dies, but he explores in prose the deeper meaning of the literal sense of the verse.