Call Number (LC) Title Results
PQ4363.B21 D1 Dante; essays in commemoration. 1321-1921 ... 1
PQ4363.B66 C45 The world of Dante; six studies in language and thought, 1
PQ 4366 + V9 Iconografia Dantesca : die bildlichen darstellungen -- zur Göttlichen komödie -- / 1
PQ4367.A2 M3 The portraits of Dante compared with the measurement of his skull and reclassified, 1
PQ4371 .A6 Approaches to teaching Dante's Divine comedy / 1
PQ4375 .B7 An Irish precursor of Dante; a study on the Vision of heaven and hell, ascribed to the eighth-century Irish saint, Adamnán, 1
PQ4380 .D58 1903 Aids to the study of Dante, 1
PQ4380 .S16 Dante e la critica / 1
PQ4381 .F9 1950 Dante's fame abroad, 1350-1850; the influence of Dante Alighieri on the poets and scholars of Spain, France, England, Germany, Switzerland, and the United States; 1
PQ4381.2 .B37 2006 Dante and the origins of Italian literary culture /
Dante and the Origins of Italian Literary Culture.
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PQ4382 .P37 1993 Commentary and ideology : Dante in the Renaissance / 1
PQ4383 Dantean dialogues : engaging with the legacy of Amilcare Iannucci /
Dante in the long nineteenth century : nationality, identity, and appropriation /
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PQ4385.G7 H384 2014eb Dante's British public : readers and texts, from the fourteenth century to the present / 1
PQ4385.G7 K9 Dante and the English poets from Chaucer to Tennyson, 1
PQ4385.G7 L44 2016eb Depicting Dante in Anglo-Italian Literary and Visual Arts : Allegory, Authority and Authenticity. 1
PQ4385.U5 C62 American critical essays on the Divine comedy. 1
PQ4385.U5 D36 1983 Dante in America : the first two centuries / 1
PQ4385.U5 L3 1948 Dante's American pilgrimage; a historical survey of Dante studies in the United States, 1800-1944. 1
PQ4385.U5 M3 Dante's influence on American writers, 1776-1976 / 1
PQ4390 Dante and Islam /
Reading Dante.
Komparatistische Perspektiven auf Dantes 'Divina Commedia' : Lektüren, Transformationen und Visualisierungen /
The poetry of Dante's Paradiso : lives almost divine, spirits that matter /
Reading Dante's Commedia as theology : divinity realized in human encounter /
Dante's lyric redemption : Eros, salvation, vernacular tradition /
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