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📝The Inferno Book Synopsis :
📒Dante Alighieri S Divine Comedy The Inferno ✍ Carol Forman
📝Dante Alighieri s Divine Comedy The Inferno Book Synopsis : A lively, in-depth discussion of THE DIVINE COMEDY: THE INFERNO. Students are taken on an exciting journey of discovery through every scene or chapter. Also included are unique text notes, ideas for term papers, notes on the author's life as well as a glossary.
📝Dante The Inferno Book Synopsis :
📒The First Ten Cantos Of The Inferno Of Dante Alighieri ✍ Dante Alighieri
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📒The Inferno Of Dante Alighieri ✍ Seth Zimmerman
📝The Inferno of Dante Alighieri Book Synopsis : THE INFERNO OF DANTE ALIGHIERI TRANSLATED IN TRIPLE-RHYME WITH AN INTRODUCTION, NOTES AND COMMENTARY This vigorous translation of the Inferno, the first part of Dante's Divine Comedy, makes accessible to the modern reader the poet's descent through the nine circles of Hell. Rendered in clear, lively English, it is almost unique in retaining the difficult triple-rhyme scheme of the original, while remaining faithful to the meaning. The introduction, footnotes and commentaries clarify the poem without being burdensome, and an associated web site provides illustrations and further background. "I was constantly amazed and charmed with the facility with which Zimmerman's translation manages to put Dante's common Italian language into vernacular speech in English, giving it-with no loss of its important classical allusions or its lyrical impact-all the immediacy and suspense of a contemporary thriller." -Samsara Review "The major virtue of Seth Zimmerman's translation lies in its idiomatic, direct, unpretentious style." -Metamorphoses The cover shows the thief Agnello in the eighth circle. From the mobile Inferno installation of Janet Van Fleet.
📒Dante S Divine Comedy The Inferno ✍ Dante Alighieri
📝Dante s Divine Comedy The Inferno Book Synopsis :
📒A Translation Of The Inferno Of Dante Alighieri ✍ Dante Alighieri
📝A Translation of the Inferno of Dante Alighieri Book Synopsis :
✍Author : Dante Alighieri
♣Release Date : 1783
♠ISBN : OXFORD:590284001
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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📝A translation of the Inferno in Engl verse with notes To which is added a specimen of a new translation of the Orlando furioso of Ariosto By H Boyd Book Synopsis :
📒The Inferno Of Dante Alighieri ✍ Dante Alighieri
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📒The Inferno ✍ Luz Arce
📝The Inferno Book Synopsis : As a member of Salvador Allende’s Personal Guards (GAP), Luz Arce worked with leaders of the Socialist Party during the Popular Unity Government from 1971 to1973. In the months following the coup, Arce served as a militant with others from the Left who opposed the military junta led by Augusto Pinochet, which controlled the country from 1973 to1990. Along with thousands of others in Chile, Arce was detained and tortured by Chile’s military intelligence service, the DINA, in their attempt to eliminate alternative voices and ideologies in the country. Arce’s testimonial offers the harrowing story of the abuse she suffered and witnessed as a survivor of detention camps, such as the infamous Villa Grimaldi. But when faced with threats made to her family, including her young son, and with the possibility that she could be murdered as thousands of others had been, Arce began to collaborate with the Chilean military in their repression of national resistance groups and outlawed political parties. Her testimonial thus also offers a unique perspective from within the repressive structures as she tells of her work as a DINA agent whose identifications even lead to the capture of some of her former friends and compañeros. During Chile’s return to democracy in the early 1990s, Arce experienced two fundamental changes in her life that led to the writing of her story. The first was a deep spiritual renewal through her contacts with the Catholic Church whose Vicariate of Solidarity had fought for human rights in the country during the dictatorship. The second was her decision to participate within the legal system to identify and bring to justice those members of the military who were responsible for the crimes committed from 1973 to1990. Luz Arce’s book invites readers to rethink the definition of testimonial narrative in Latin America through the unique perspective of a survivor-witness-confessor.