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Dante Alighieri

An exiled and wandering figure during his writing lifetime, Dante Alighieri is now considered Italy's greatest poet -- so much a literary giant that he is generally known by his first name alone. The…

Dante's Peak

Director:Roger DonaldsonWriter: Leslie BohemDirector of Photography:Andrzej BartkowiakEditor:Howard SmithMusic:John FrizzellProduction Designer:Dennis WashingtonProducers:Gale Anne Hurd and Jo…

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Name at birth: Gabriel Charles Dante RossettiDante Gabriel Rossetti helped found the English Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, a school of painting (1848) that advocated a return to the Italian style before…

Dante Bruno FASCELL

FASCELL, Dante Bruno, a Representative from Florida; born in Bridgehampton, Long Island, Suffolk County, N.Y., March 9, 1917; moved with his parents to Miami, Fla., in 1925; graduated from Ponc…

Brewer's: Dante and Beatrice

—i.e. Beatrice Portinari, who was only eight years old when the poet first saw her. His abiding love for her was chaste as snow and pure as it was tender. Beatrice married a nobleman…

Percy Bysshe Shelley: Sonnet

by Percy Bysshe Shelley From Vergil's Fourth GeorgicThe First Canzone of the ConvitoSonnet From the italian of Dante Published with "Alastor", 1816; reprinted, "Posthumous Poems", 1824. …

The Divine Comedy: Postscript

Six Sonnets on Dante's Divine...Postscript 'Ich habe unter meinen Papieren ein Blatt gefunden, wo ich die Baukunst eine erstarrte Musik nenne.' Johann Wolfgang Goethe, 1829 Mar…

Percy Bysshe Shelley: Sonnet

by Percy Bysshe Shelley UgolinoScenes from the Magico ProdigiosoSonnet From the italian of Cavalcanti Guido Cavalcanti to Dante Alighieri: Published by Forman (who assigns it to 1815), …