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Vertical readings in Dante's Comedy: Volume 1

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George Corbett (Editor), Heather Webb (Editor)

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Vertical Readings in Dante’s Comedy is a reappraisal of the poem by an international team of thirty-four scholars. Each vertical reading analyses three same-numbered cantos from the three canticles: Inferno i, Purgatorio i and Paradiso i; Inferno ii, Purgatorio ii and Paradiso ii; etc. Although scholars have suggested before that there are correspondences between same-numbered cantos that beg to be explored, this is the first time that the approach has been pursued in a systematic fashion across the poem.


Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCambridge
PublisherOpen Book Publishers
Number of pages275
ISBN (Electronic)9781783741755
ISBN (Print)9781783741731, 9781783741724
StatePublished - Sep 2015

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