This category is for listings of websites related to the great poet Dante Alighieri, more often than not simply thought of as Dante, author of the Inferno, which is the first book of his Divine Comedy.
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Catholic Encyclopedia: Dante Alighieri
An annotated (in linked hypertext) biography of the poet.
Contains a brief biography and bibliography; etext of the Harvard Classics translation of the Divine Comedy, and quotations from "Bartlett's".
Life and work of 13th century Italian poet and philosopher; by Winthrop Wetherbee.
A brief timeline
Dante's Divine Comedy
A personal website devoted to study of Dante, includes, among other things, maps of Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven as envisioned by the poet.
An online service for scholars of Dante provided by the Dante Society of America.
Dartmouth Dante Project
Searchable full-text database containing more than seventy commentaries on Dante's Divine Comedy, the Commedia.
Devers Program in Dante Studies
The University of Notre Dame. Includes the John A. Zahm rare book collection, an annual lecture series and visiting professorship in Dante studies, and supporting electronic and print publication of scholarly research in the field.
The Guardian: Dante Alighieri
Profile, articles and links.
Otfried Lieberknecht's Homepage for Dante Studies
A directory of Internet resources, both scholarly and more general, on Dante, his works, and Medieval literature.
Renaissance Dante in Print (1472-1629)
An online exhibition of illuminated Renaissance editions of Dante's Divine Comedy.
Tabula Rasa: Dante
Article about Dante's life and work
Wikipedia: Dante Alighieri
His life and works.
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