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Dante studies and researches

Author: Paget Jackson Toynbee
Publisher: London : Methuen, 1902.
Edition/Format:   Book : SpanishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Toynbee, Paget Jackson, 1855-1932.
Dante studies and researches.
London : Methuen, 1902
(OCoLC)575773114
Named Person: Dante Alighieri; Dante Alighieri; Dante Alighieri
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paget Jackson Toynbee
OCLC Number: 50029069
Notes: Previously published in various periodicals.
Description: viii, 359 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface.--Dante and the Lancelot romance.--Some obligations of Dante to Albertus Magnus.--Dante's obligations to the Elementa astronomica of Alfraganus (chiefly in the Vita nuova and Convivio)--Dante's theories as to the spots on the moon.--Dante's references to Pythagoras.--Dante's Latin dictionary (the Magnæ derivationes of Uguccione da Pisa)--Dante's reference to Tartar cloths (Inferno, XVII. 14-17)--Dante's obligations to the Ormista (the Historiæ adversum Paganos of Orosius)--Dante's reference to the spear of Peleus (Inferno XXXI. 4-6)--Dante's seven examples of munificence in the Convivio (IV. 11)--Dante and "Seneca morale" (Inferno, IV. 141)--Professor Rajna's critical text of the De vulgari eloquentia.--A biographical notice of Dante in the 1494 edition of the Speculum historiale of Vincent of Beauvais.--Homer in Dante and in Benvenuto da Imola.--Benvenuto da Imola and his commentary on the Divina commedia.--Shorter Dante notes.--Tables of passages in Dante's works quoted or referred to.
Responsibility: by Paget Toynbee.

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