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Dante Now

Dante Now

Current Trends in Dante Studies

Edited by Theodore J. Cachey

Written by ten distinguished Dante scholars, the essays in Dante Now represent the most significant areas of contemporary Dante studies. This collection, originating from a 1993 University of Notre Dame conference, includes some of the three intensely cultivated areas of Dante studies: poetics, “minor works,”and reception.

ISBN: 978-0-268-00875-8
306 pages
Publication Year: 1995

Theodore J. Cachey, Jr. is Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literature at the University of Notre Dame.

“[T]his is a worthwhile and . . . very readable collection, which demonstrates the continuing vitality of Anglo-American Dante studies.” — Italian Studies

“. . . much to recommend . . . for student and medievalist alike. . .” — _The Bulletin of International Medieval Research _

“Taking its cue from an essay of George Steiner’s which celebrated the utter relevance of ‘Dante Now’ some twenty years ago, the present volume characterizes very successfully the variety of contemporary responses to the poet and, in particular, to the teaching of the American Dantist Charles Singleton and of his first students.” — International Journal of the Classical Tradition

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Petrarch’s Guide to the Holy Land

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Edited and
Translated by Theodore J. Cachey, Jr.

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Uses and Abuses of Moses

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Theodore Ziolkowski

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Transcendent Love

Dostoevsky and the Search for a Global Ethic

Leonard G. Friesen

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Secularization without End

Beckett, Mann, Coetzee

Vincent P. Pecora

Dante Now

Current Trends in Dante Studies


Edited by Theodore J. Cachey

 Dante Now: Current Trends in Dante Studies
Paper Edition

Written by ten distinguished Dante scholars, the essays in Dante Now represent the most significant areas of contemporary Dante studies. This collection, originating from a 1993 University of Notre Dame conference, includes some of the three intensely cultivated areas of Dante studies: poetics, “minor works,”and reception.

ISBN: 978-0-268-00875-8

306 pages

“[T]his is a worthwhile and . . . very readable collection, which demonstrates the continuing vitality of Anglo-American Dante studies.” — Italian Studies

“. . . much to recommend . . . for student and medievalist alike. . .” — _The Bulletin of International Medieval Research _

“Taking its cue from an essay of George Steiner’s which celebrated the utter relevance of ‘Dante Now’ some twenty years ago, the present volume characterizes very successfully the variety of contemporary responses to the poet and, in particular, to the teaching of the American Dantist Charles Singleton and of his first students.” — International Journal of the Classical Tradition

The William and Katherine Devers Series in Dante and Medieval Italian Literature