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The purgatorio of Dante Alighieri.

Main Author: Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.
Related Names: Okey, Thomas 1852-1935., tr., Oelsner, Herman b. 1871-, ed., Wicksteed, Philip Henry 1844-1927.
Language(s): English ; Italian
Published: London, J.M. Dent and co., 1900 [1901]
Note: "The present edition of the "Purgatorio" ... has been edited by Mr. H. Oelsner, who is responsible for the Italian text (based on the editions of Witte, Moore and Casini) and for the notes at the end of each canto. The English version is by Mr. Thomas Okey ... The arguments have been written by the Rev. Philip H. Wicksteed, M.A., who has also contributed to the matter on pages 432-437 ... and by whom most of the diagrams have been designed." -- p. 439 (dated October 14, 1901)
Title enclosed in ornamental border.
Italian and English on opposite pages.
Physical Description: 2 p. L., 442 p., [1] L. incl. map, tab., diagr. front. 16 cm.
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