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|Genre/Form:||Translations into English|
|Named Person:||Dante Alighieri|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Dante Alighieri; Andrew Frisardi
|Description:||lvi, 350 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Vita nova --
Appendix A. Italian texts of poems with prose translations --
Appendix B. Gorni's and Barbi's chapter divisions of the Vita nova.
|Other Titles:||Vita nuova.|
|Responsibility:||Dante Alighieri ; translated from the Italian with an introduction and notes by Andrew Frisardi.|
Dante Alighieri's Vita Nova, a combination of prose and poetry that tells the story of youthful love for Beatrice, is his essential early work, providing important reading background to his masterpiece, The Divine Comedy--Cf. back cover.
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