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The Paradiso of Dante Alighieri.

Main Author: Dante Alighieri, 1265-1321.
Related Names: Oelsner, Herman 1871-, Wicksteed, Philip Henry 1844-1927.
Language(s): English
Published: London, J. M. Dent and co., 1899.
Note: "The present edition of the 'Paradiso' has been specially prepared ... by the Rev. Philip H. Wicksteed, M.A. (who is responsible for the English version and for the arguments) and Mr. H. Oelsner ... (who is responsible for the Italian text, based on that of Casini) Mr. Wicksteed and Mr. Oelsner are jointly responsible for the notes at the end of each canto."-- p. 415.
Italian and English on opposite pages.
Title in red and black, within ornamental border.
Physical Description: 2 p ℓ., 418 p., 1 ℓ. incl. maps, diagrs., geneal. tables, front. 16 cm.
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