The Cambridge Companion to Dante's Commedia

24,50

Sin impuestos: 23,56

Autor/es
Bara?ski, Zygmunt G.
Gilson, Simon
ISBN13
9781108431705
ISBN10
1108431704
Tipo
LIBRO
Páginas
320
Colección
Cambridge companions to literature #
Año de Edición
2018
Idioma
inglés
Encuadernación
Paperback
Editorial:
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Disponibilidad:
Disponible

No puntuado
Opinar

A comprehensive and informative account of Dante's masterpiece, the Commedia, in essays by leading scholars. Chapters cover the main themes and motifs of the poem, its handling of narrative and literary matters, its cultural context, and its hugely influential afterlife, through textual transmission and readers' responses over the centuries.


This newly commissioned volume presents a focused overview of Dante's masterpiece, the Commedia, offering readers of today wide-ranging insights into the poem and its core features. Leading scholars discuss matters of structure, narrative, language and style, characterization, doctrine, and politics, in chapters that make their own contributions to Dante criticism by raising problems and questions that call for renewed attention, while investigating contextual concerns as well as the current state of criticism about the poem. The Commedia is also placed in a variety of cultural and historical contexts through accounts of the poem's transmission and reception that explore both its contemporary influence and its continuing legacy today. With its accessible approach, its unstinting focus on the poem and its attention to matters that have not always received adequate critical assessment, this volume will be of value to all students and scholars of Dante's great poem.


 











-            +

Nota: No se traduce HTML


Continuar

Información

Horario:
De Lunes a Sabados: 10:00-20:30h

C/Balmes 26
08007 / Barcelona /España
[Ver mapa]

Contacto

+34 93 317 05 78
+34 93 412 27 02
alibri@alibri.cat
alibri@alibri.es