Catalog Record: The Divina commedia of Dante Alighieri: consisting of the Inferno--Purgatorio--and Paradiso | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Divina commedia of Dante Alighieri: consisting of the Inferno--Purgatorio--and Paradiso. Tr. into English verse, with preliminary essays, notes, and illustrations, by the Rev. Henry Boyd.

Main Author: Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.
Related Names: Boyd, Henry d. 1832, tr., Scott, John 1639-1695., Bruni, Leonardo 1369-1444.
Language(s): English
Published: London, T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies, 1802.
Note: Vol. 1 includes "A comparative view of the Inferno, with some other poems, relative to the original principles of human nature, on which they are founded, or to which they appeal," "Historical essay of the state of affairs in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries: with respect to the history of Florence; with a view of their influence on the succeeding ages," "The life of Dante from Leonardo Bruni," "Summary view of the Platonic doctrine, with respect to a future state. [From] Scott's Christian life, part 1, chap. III, page 18-74, fol. edit."
Physical Description: 3 v. front. (port.) 22 cm.
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