Divine Comedy

One hundred songs of very high poetry: the "Divine Comedy" is the masterpiece of Italian literature, the immortal work of our Supreme Poet, commented in this edition - which reproduces the critical text according to the last vulgate established by Giorgio Petrocchi. The first to define "divine" the "comedy" of Dante Fu Boccaccio; The "Divine Comedy" title is for the first time in a 1555 edition. The sense of the Danteese journey in the Oldromba can be traced into the discussed "Epistle" in the Cangrande della Scala - to which the author dedicates the "paradise" - in Which Dante explains that he wanted to show men that the only way to rise from their condition of sinners and to conquer the truth and salvation is to rely on the right use of reason. Introduction of Italo Borzi.

  • Author: Dante Alighieri
  • Format: Hardcover. 13.5 x 20 cm
  • Pages: 664
  • Publisher: Newton Compton
  • Necklace: I minimammut
  • Year: 2014

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