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Divine Comedy

by Arcturus Publishing Limited

April 1, 2012 | Hardcover |

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24 cm x 30 cm 384 page hard cover text.

Format: Hardcover

Published: April 1, 2012

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1841934526

ISBN - 13: 9781841934525

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Divine Comedy

Divine Comedy

by Arcturus Publishing Limited

Format: Hardcover

Published: April 1, 2012

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1841934526

ISBN - 13: 9781841934525

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24 cm x 30 cm 384 page hard cover text.

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"""The meaning of this work is not simple…for we obtain one meaning from the letter of it, and another from that which the letter signifies; and the first is called literal, but the other allegorical or mystical.""
Thus writes Dante Alighieri to Can Grande della Scala, his patron, about the purpose and raison d'etre of his Divine Comedy. Written between 1308 and the year of his death in 1321, this evocative, moving and often startling epic poem is widely considered to be the last great work of medieval literature and the first great work of the Renaissance - straddling two worlds on the brink of change. As one of the world's enduring literary heavyweights, its profound Christian message and detailed social and political commentary of fourteenth-century Italy weave a rich tapestry of interpretation, meaning and symbolism.
Dante's allegorical analysis of the mystery of divine revelation to the unsuspecting human soul is beautifully conveyed as a subtle journey of wonder and self-discovery, made personal by characters (and sinners) drawn from his own lineage, contemporary Florentine life, mythology and the Bible. From the pilgrim's deepening insight into the workings of evil and moral choice (Hell) through to the dramatization of the nature and purpose of moral conversion (Purgatory) to the bilssfully mystical ascent before God (Paradise) Dante's cosmic vision remains unparalleled.
With 135 illustrations by Gustabe Dore."
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