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Title: Echi danteschi
Other Titles: Dantean echoes
Author: Adamo, Giuliana
Bertoni, Roberto
Hutchins-Boisseau, Maryvonne
Carson, Ciaran
Conte, Giuseppe
Salvadori Lonergan, Corinna
O’Connell, Daragh
O'Cuilleanain, Cormac
Pillonca, Giovanni
Heaney, Seamus
Keywords: Dante Alighieri
Criticism and interpretation
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Trauben, in association with Department of Italian, Trinity College Dublin
Series/Report no.: Quaderni di cultura italiana;3
Abstract: This volume of 'Quaderni di cultura italiana’ was edited by Roberto Bertoni. Contributors teach or have taught in the Italian Department (Trinity College Dublin), or are in various ways associated with it. Writings by academics and poets are included. Writers from different cultures, mostly Irish and Italian, are discussed. One of the aims of this research project was to promote a discussion among the authors about Dante’s legacy. Even though this Quaderno does not aspire to confront the problem of Dante’s influence on modern writers in a systematic form, it is hoped that the fragments contained here may constitute a small but stimulating contribution to the general mosaic, and thus be of interest also to readers outside the authors’ circle. The publication of this book was made possible by a grant provided by Trinity College.
ISBN: 8888398422
Appears in Collections:Italian (Scholarly Publications)

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