Dante Alighieri (1265-1321). Autor, Pifko, Anna Izabela., Walecki, Wacław (1947- )., Dante Alighieri (1265-1321). Vita nuova (wł.), Collegium Columbinum. Wydawca pbl, and Dante Alighieri (1265-1321). Autor
Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321, author., Barolini, Teodolinda, 1951- editor, author., Lansing, Richard H., translator., Frisardi, Andrew, translator of added commentary., Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321. Vita nuova., Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321. Poems. Selections. Italian., and Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321, author.
Italian poetry., Lyrik., Übersetzung., Englisch., Translations., and Criticism, interpretation, etc.
"The first comprehensive English translation and commentary on Dante's early verse to be published in almost fifty years, Dante's Lyric Poetry includes all the poems written by the young Dante Aligheri between c. 1283 and c. 1292. Essays by Teodolinda Barolini guide the reader through the new verse translations by Richard Lansing, illuminating Dante's transformation from a young courtly poet into the writer of the vast and visionary Commedia. Barolini's commentary exposes Dante's lyric poems as early articulations of many of the ideas in the Commedia, including the philosophy and psychology of desire and its role as motor of all human activity, the quest for vision and transcendence, the frustrating search for justice on earth, and the transgression of boundaries in society and poetry." --Publisher's website.
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In this Seymour Chwast's version of Dante Alighieri's epic poem, Dante and his guide Virgil don fedoras and wander through noirish realms of Hell, Purgatory and Paradise. Along the way they catalog a multitude of sinners and saints--many of them real people to whom Dante tellingly assigned either horrible punishment or indescribable pleasure--and meet both God and Lucifer face-to-face. Chwast creates a visual fantasia that fascinates on every page. His inventive illustrations capture the delirious complexity of this classic of the western canon.