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Introductory Papers on Dante

Sayers, Dorothy L.; with a Preface by Barbara Reynolds

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ISBN 10: 0389010723 / ISBN 13: 9780389010722
Published by Barnes & Noble, New York, 1969
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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. . . . Reprint of the 1954 ed. 8vo, hardcover. No dj, blue cloth. Vg condition. NOT ex-library. Contents bright & clean, binding tight. xix, 225 p. Series is continued with later book, Further Papers on Dante. Bookseller Inventory # 1140826.15

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Title: Introductory Papers on Dante

Publisher: Barnes & Noble, New York

Publication Date: 1969

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

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Introducing the Dante Papers Trilogy: Introductory Papers on Dante Further Papers on Dante The Poetry of Search and the Poetry of Statement This introductory volume of essays on Dante by Dr. Dorothy L. Sayers will be eagerly sought by the many thousands of readers who already know her vigorous and vivid translation of the Inferno. As those who have heard Miss Sayer's lectures on Dante can testify, she brings to the interpretation of the Divine Comedy a vitalizing power of analysis and re-creation. Readers of Dante often become discouraged by the mass of factual detail which the older school of historical criticism has made available; mere aestheticism, however, unrelated to the time and space, is nor likely to satisfy them either. They will find in Miss Sayers' essays enough scholarly assistance to put themselves in the position of a contemporary reader; but their attention will chiefly be drawn to the relevance of the Divine Comedy to our present day world and way of life. Miss Sayers' emphasis on the ethical, rather than on the aesthetic, or historical, significance of Dante's work, comes as a welcome and bracing challenge to the confusion regarding values, whether of literature or of life, which characterizes the present age.

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Dorothy L. Sayers (1893-1957), born and educated in Oxford, was an accomplished novelist, poet, scholar, and Christian apologist. Along with her translations of Dante, her numerous writings include detective stories, radio plays, and studies of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

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