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by Dante Alighieri

Characters: Beatrice, Vergil (Virgil)
Keywords: Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso

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Alphabetical list of commentaries to Dante's Commedia
http://www.the-orb.net/encyclop/culture/lit/italian/da_b_kom.htm
This bibliography lists books and journal articles with criticism and commentary on Dante's Divine Comedy.
Author: Otfried Lieberknecht
From: Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Author: Otfried Lieberknecht
From: Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
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Barron's Booknotes: The Inferno
http://pinkmonkey.com/booknotes/barrons/inferno.asp
Includes information about the author, summary of the plot, notes on the characters, etc.. Plus sample test questions and term paper ideas. Registration is required. Turn off JavaScript before following link.
Contains: Plot Summary, Character Analysis, Historical Context, Content Analysis, Bibliography
Author: Carol Forman
From: PinkMonkey Barron's Educational Series, Inc.: 1984
Author: Carol Forman
From: PinkMonkey Barron's Educational Series, Inc.: 1984
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The Classic Text: Traditions and Interpretations: Dante Alighieri: The Divine Comedy
http://www.uwm.edu/Library/special/exhibits/clastext/clspg064.htm
Part of "The Classic Text: Traditions and Interpretations", an online exhibit which "examines some of the high spots of the western literary canon. It explores the foundations of their iconographic standing, demonstrating how they arrive at this status through a variety of means, and not always on the basis of their literary worth. The exhibition gives special focus to how printers, publishers, editors, illustrators, and translators have used the icon of the classic text as a venue for their own agendas."
Author: Christopher Barth, Virginia Haas, Sarah McDanie
From: University of Wisconsin Milwaukee - Special Collections Library
Author: Christopher Barth, Virginia Haas, Sarah McDanie
From: University of Wisconsin Milwaukee - Special Collections Library
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