American Dante Bibliography for 2013

Richard Lansing

This bibliography is intended to include all publications relating to Dante (books, articles, translations, reviews) written by North American writers or published in North America in 2013, as well as reviews of books from elsewhere published in the United States and Canada.

 

Translations

Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy. Translated by Clive James. New York: Liveright Publishing, 2013.

Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy: Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso. Translated by Robin Kirkpatrick. New York: Penguin Books, 2013.

Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. Vol. 3. Paradiso. Translated by Robert M. Durling. Introd. Robert M. Durling. Notes Ronald L. Martinez and Robert M. Durling. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Alighieri, Dante. Komedia Hyjnore / La divina commedia. Ferri / InferNo. Bilingual Italian–Albanian Edition. Translated into Albanian by Cezar Kurti. Mineola, N.Y.: Legas, 2013.

 

Books

Arnaudo, MarcoDante barocco. L'influenza della Divina commedia su letteratura e cultura del Seicento italiaNo. Ravenna: Longo Editore, 2013.

Dantean Dialogues: Engaging with the Legacy of Amilcare Iannucci. Edited by Maggie Kilgour and Elena Lombardi. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013.

Eisner, Martin. Boccaccio and the Invention of Italian Literature: Dante, Petrarch, Cavalcanti, and the Authority of the Vernacular. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Franke, William. Dante and the Sense of Transgression: ‘The Trespass of the Sign.’ London, Eng.: Bloomsbury, 2013.

Interpreting Dante: Essays on the Traditions of Dante Commentary. Edited by Paola Nasti and Claudia Rossignoli. Notre Dante, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 2013.

Language and Style in Dante. Edited by John C. Barnes and Michelangelo Zaccarello. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013.

“Legato con amore in un volume”: Essays in Honour of John A. Scott. Edited by John J. Kinder and Diana Glenn. Florence: Olschki, 2013.

Sharp Salvarakis, Paula. Dante’s Commedia Mystery. PhD diss., Pacifica Graduate Institute, 2010. Dissertation Abstracts International  74.4 (October 2013): DA3534065.

Steinberg, Justin. Dante and the Limits of the Law. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 2013.

 

Articles

Alcorn, John. “Suffering in Hell: The Psychology of Emotions in Dante’s Inferno.” Pedagogy 13, No. 1 (2013): 77–85.

Aleksander, Jason. “Teaching the Divine Comedy’s Understanding of Philosophy.” Pedagogy 13, No. 1 (2013): 67–76.

Applauso, NicoliNo. “Invective and Humor in the Poetry of Dante and Cecco Angiolieri.” In At Whom Are We Laughing? Humor in Romance Language Literatures, ed. Zenia Sacks DaSilva and Gregory M. Pell (Newcastle upon Tyne, Eng.: Cambridge Scholars, 2013), 207–17.

Ardizzone, Maria Luisa. “‘Verbum valet plurimum’: Tracing a Fragment of Dante’s Poetics.” Italica 90, No. 3 (2013): 319–42.

Arduini, Beatrice. “Dante’s Reception in Laurentian and Early-Modern Florence.” In The Politics of Poetics: Poetry and Social Activism in Early-Modern through Contemporary Italy, ed. Federica Santini, Giovanna Summerfield (Newcastle upon Tyne, Eng.: Cambridge Scholars, 2013), 1–28.

Audeh, Aida. “Dante in the Nineteenth Century: Visual Art, and National Identity.” La parola del testo, nos. 1–2 (2013): 85–99.

Audeh, Aida. “Rodin’s Gates of Hell and Dante’s Inferno 7: Fortune, the Avaricious and Prodigal, and the Question of Salvation.” Studies in Medievalism 22 (2013): 115–52.

Ayo, Denise A. “When Did Dante Become a Scythe-Wielding Badass? Modeling Adaptation and Shifting Gender Convention in Dante’s Inferno.” In Game On, Hollywood!: Essays on the Intersection of Video Games and Cinema, ed. Gretchen Papazian and Joseph Michael Sommers (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2013), 101–14. 

Barański, Zygmunt G. “‘E cominciare stormo’: Notes on Dante’s Sieges.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 175–203.

Barański, Zygmunt G. “ ‘Lascio cotale trattato ad alto chiosatore’: Form, Literature and Exegesis in Dante’s Vita Nova.” In Kilgour and Lombardi, Dantean Dialogues, 1–40.

Barański, Zygmunt G. “ ‘E cominciare stormo’: Notes on Dante’s Sieges.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 175–203.

Barański, Zygmunt G. “Magister Satiricus: Preliminary notes on Dante, Horace and the Middle Ages.” In Barnes and Zaccarello, Language and Style in Dante, 13–61.

Barolini, Teodolinda. “A Cavalcantian Vita Nuova: Dante’s Canzoni ‘Lo doloroso amor che mi conduce’ and ‘E’ m’incresce di me sì duramente.’” In Kilgour and Lombardi, Dantean Dialogues, 41–65.

Barolini, Teodolinda. “The Poetic Exchanges between Dante Alighieri and His «Amico» Dante da Maiano: A Young Man Takes His Place in the World.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 39–61.

Barsella, Susanna. “The Scriba and the Sculptor: Art of Poetry and Theology of Work in Dante’s Commedia.” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 5–24.

Battaglia Ricci, Lucia. “Guido da Pisa’s ‘Chantilly’ Dante: A Complex Exegetical System.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 180–206.

Bellomo, Saverio. “How to Read the Early Commentaries.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 84–109.

Boitani, Piero. “Inferno XX: Tiresias and the Soothsayers.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 205–219.

Boitani, Piero. “Ersed Irredent: The Irish Dante.” In Kilgour and Lombardi, Dantean Dialogues, 231–64.

Bolduc, Michelle. “Medieval Rhetoric and the Commedia.” Pedagogy 13, No. 1 (2013): 49–57.

Botterill, Steven. “Reading, Writing, and Speech in the Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-Century Commentaries on Dante’s Comedy.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 17–29.

Braida, Antonella. “Dante and Translation: An Approach to Untranslatability in the Poet’s Work.” In Barnes and Zaccarello, Language and Style in Dante, 13–61.

Brilli, Elisa. “De exiliis Dantis: Raisons textuelles et culturelles de l’harmonie entre exil politique et exil anagogique chez Dante.” Arzanà: Cahiers de littérature médiévale italienne 16–17 (2013): 215–30. 

Brilli, Elisa. “The Art of Saying Exile.” In Authority and Diplomacy from Dante to Shakespeare, ed. Jason Powell (Farnham, Eng.: Ashgate, 2013), 15–37.

Calenda, Corrado. “A ‘Commentary for the Court’: Guiniforte Barzizza.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 328–40.

Casagrande, GiNo. “ ‘Fresco smeraldo in l’ora che si fiacca’ (Purg. 7.75) e l’interpretazione di André Pézard.” Electronic Bulletin of the Dante Society, February 12, 2013.

Chiamenti, MassimiliaNo. “Pietro Alighieri and the Lexicon of the Comedy.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 239–249.

Ciabattoni, Francesco. “Musical Ways around Ineffability (Paradiso 10–15). Dante Studies 131 (2013): 25–50.

Ciavolella, Massimo. “Esoteric Interpretations of the Divine Comedy.” In Kilgour and Lombardi, Dantean Dialogues, 215–30.

Ciccuto, Marcello. “Giasone: da Valerio Flacco alla Commedia.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 233–42.

Clark, Anne L. “Teaching Dante as a Visionary Prophet.” Pedagogy 13, No. 1 (2013): 105–13. 

Coffey, Heather. “Encountering the Body of Muhammad: Intersections between Mi‘raj Narratives, the Shaqq al-Sadr, and Dante’s Divina Commedia.” In Constructing the Image of Muhammad in Europe, ed. Avinoam Shalem (Berlin and Bonn: Walter de Gruyter, 2013), 33–86.

Conway, Melissa. “Introducing Undergraduates to Books in the Age of Dante—in Twenty Minutes or Less.” Pedagogy 13, No. 1 (2013): 133–44. 

Corrado, MassimiliaNo. “Presenze del Liber de vita et moribus philosophorum nell’ Ottimo Commento alla Commedia.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 207–38.

Della Quercia, Jacopo. “The “nobile castello” of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle-earth: Inferno 4.106–108.”  Electronic Bulletin of the Dante Society, December 11, 2013.

Denny, Christopher D. “Revisiting Dante’s Promised End: Eschatological Implications of Péguy’s Jeanne d’Arc Mysteries.” Christianity and Literature 62, No. 4 (2013): 533–63.

Dimock, Wai Chee. “Migration across Genres.” In The Work of Genre: Selected Essays from the English Institute, 96 (Cambridge, Mass.: English Institute, 2013), 96–128.

Drell, Johanna H. “Using Dante to Teach the Middle Ages: Examples from Medieval Southern Italian History.” Pedagogy 13, No. 1 (2013): 59–65.

Dwyer, Mary E., and Diana Modesto. “Pietro Bembo’s edition of Dante’s Commedia: ms. Vat. lat. 3197 and the Aldine editions of 1502 and 1515.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 63–85.

Eisner, Martin. “The Word Made Flesh in Inferno 5: Francesca and the Figure of the Annunciation.” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 51–72.

Ferrante, Joan. “Adelaide of Turin and Matilda of Tuscany: Countesses, cousins, councillors.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 243–60.

Ferrari, Chiara. “Gender Reversals: Inversions and Conversions in Dante’s Rime Petrose.” Italica 90, No. 2 (2013): 153–75.

Fosca, Nicola. “Par. 7.112: “Né tra l’ultima notte e ’l primo die.Electronic Bulletin of the Dante Society, May 28, 2013.

Franke, WilliamDante and the Sense of Transgression: ‘The Trespass of the Sign.’ London, England: Bloomsbury, 2013. 

Franke, William. “Dante’s Hermeneutic Complicity in Violence and Fraud in Inferno IX–XVII.” University of Toronto Quarterly 82, No. 1 (2013): 1–19.

Franke, William. “Paradoxical Prophecy: Dante's Strategy of Self-Subversion in the Inferno.” Italica 90, No. 3 (2013): 343–64.

Gazzola, Giuseppe. “A False Edition of The ‘Comedy,’ and Its Truth.” Forum Italicum 46, No. 2 (2013): 299-323.

Ghidetti, Enrico. “ ‘Dante dunque sia sempre nelle sue mani!’: di Leopardi su Dante.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 135–44.

Gilson, Simon. “Modes of Reading in Boccaccio’s Esposizioni sopra la Comedia.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 250–82.

Glenn, Diana. “Francesca da Rimini: A Continuing Conversation.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 147–56.

Goulbourne, Russell. “Voltaire, Dante and the Dynamics of Influence.” In Questions of Influence in Modern French Literature, ed. Thomas Baldwin, James Fowler, Ana de Medeiros (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), 18–31.

Hamilton, Louis I. “Virtual Cities: GIS as a Tool for the Analysis of Dante’s Commedia.” Pedagogy 13, No. 1 (2013): 115–23.

Hartnett, Daniel. “Have Dante Will Travel: On the Limitations of Personal Mobility.” Postmedieval 4, No. 2 (2013): 150–162.

Hollander, Robert. “Boccaccio's Divided Allegiance (Esposizioni sopra la ‘Comedìa’).” In Boccaccio: A Critical Guide to the Complete Works, ed. V. Kirkham, M. Sherberg, and J. L. Smarr (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013), 221–31.

Hollander, Robert. “Dante’s Cato Again.” In Kilgour and Lombardi, Dantean Dialogues, 66–124.

Hollander, Robert. “Dante’s Nine Invocations Revisited.” L'Alighieri 41 (2013): 5–32.

Hollander, Robert. “Honouring John Scott.” In Kinder and Glenn, “‘Legato con amore,” xvii–xix.

Hollander, Robert. “Inferno IX.58–63: sotto ’l velame de li versi strani.Electronic Bulletin of the Dante Society, October 20, 2013.

Hollander, Robert. "The Princeton Dante Project," Humanist Studies & the Digital Age 3, No. 1 (2013): 53–59.

Hollander, Robert. “The Trouble with Ciacco (Inferno 6).” Electronic Bulletin of the Dante Society of America, July 5, 2013.

Hollander, Robert. “Virgilian Tragedy in Dante’s Comedy: Note on Inferno 1.85–87.” Italica 90, No. 2 (2013): 286–89.

Hunt, William. “Orwell’s Commedia: The Ironic Theology of Nineteen Eighty-Four.” Modern Philology 110, No. 4 (2013): 536–63.

Jiva, Amalia. “Turning Within: Passages of Interiority in the ‘Confessions,’ the ‘Inferno,’ and the ‘Interior Castle’.” PhD dissertation, Boston College, 2012. Dissertation Abstracts International 74, No. 1 (July 2013).

Justice, Steven. “Chaucer’s History–Effect.” In Answerable Style: The Idea of the Literary in Medieval England, ed. Frank Grady and Andrew Galloway (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2013), 169–94.

Kay, Tristan. “Dante’s Cavalcantian Relapse: The ‘Pargoletta’ Sequence and the Commedia.” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 73–100.

Kilgour, Maggie. “Dante’s Ovidian Doubling.” In Kilgour and Lombardi, Dantean Dialogues, 174–214.

Kirkpatrick, Robin. “Actions of Truth: The Theological Poetics of Paradiso VII.” In Barnes and Zaccarello, Language and Style in Dante, 161–95.

Kleinhenz, Christopher. “Reading and Seeing Dante’s Divine Comedy: Verbal and Visual Translation.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 285–308.

Lansing, Richard. “Dante’s Youthful Lyrics in English Translation.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 263–83.

Lansing, Richard. “The American Dante Bibliography for 2012.” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 273–84.

Lanza, Antonio. “Ritorno su Cecco Angiolieri.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 3–38.

Lepschy, Giulio and Laura Lepschy. “Dante as a Native speaker.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 309–319.

Lindon, John. “Notes on Nineteenth-Century Dante Commentaries and Critical Editions.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 434–49.

Lombardi, Elena. “‘Che libido fe’ licito in sua legge’: Lust and Law, Reason and Passion in Dante.” In Kilgour and Lombardi, Dantean Dialogues, 125–54.

Lund–Mead, Carolynn. “The Vulgata in the Commedia: Self-Interpreting Texts.” In Kilgour and Lombardi, Dantean Dialogues, 155–73.

Luzzi, Joseph. “New Voices in Dante: Introduction. Dante Studies 131 (2013): 1–4.

Marchesi, Simone. “Epic Ironies: Poetics, Meta-Poetics, Self-Translation (Inferno 18.1, Purgatorio 24.52, Paradiso 1.13).” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 101–18.

Martinez, Ronald. “L’epistola perduta Popule meus e la liturgia degli Improperia nelle opere di Dante.” In Preghiera e liturgia nella Commedia, ed. Giuseppe Ledda (Ravenna: Centro Dantesco dei Frati Minori Conventuali, 2013), 191–220.

Matthews, Joshua Steven. “The American Alighieri: Receptions of Dante in the United States, 1818–1867.” PhD dissertation, University of Iowa, 2012. Dissertation Abstracts International 73, No. 11 (May 2013).

Mazzotta, Giuseppe. “Conclusioni.” In Preghiera e liturgia nella Commedia, ed. Giuseppe Ledda (Ravenna: Centro Dantesco dei Frati Minori Conventuali, 2013), 221–28.

Mazzotta, Giuseppe. “Music and History (Paradiso XV–XVII).” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 220–32.

Mazzucchi, Andrea. “A Pictorial Interpretation of Dante’s Commedia: Federigo Zuccari’s Dante historiato.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 389–433.

Moevs, Christian. “ ‘God alone surpasses the soul’: Dante and Augustine’s De Quantitate Animae.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 120–34.

Montemaggi, Vittorio. “The Theology of Dante’s Commedia as seen in the light of the cantos of the Heaven of the Fixed Stars.” In “Se mai continga...”: Exile, Politcs and Theology in Dante, edited by Claire E. Honess and Matthew Treherne (Ravenna: Longo Editore, 2013), 45–61.

Naitana, Filippo. “Dante’s Commedia between Ethics and a Poetics of Happiness.” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 119–42.

Nasti, Paola. “A Friar Critic: Guido da Pisa and the Carmelite Heritage.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 110–79.

Nussmeier, Anthony. “The Politics of Literary Script: ‘De Vulgari Eloquentia’ 1303-1589.” PhD dissertation, Indiana University, 2012. Dissertation Abstracts International 74, No. 5 (November 2013).

Ó Cuilleanáin, Cormac. “What I tell you three times is true”: Iterative Techniques in the Commedia.” In Barnes and Zaccarello, Language and Style in Dante, 85–109.

Olson, Kristina M. “Dante’s Urban American Vernacular: Sandow Birk’s Comedy.” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 143–70.

Parker, Deborah. “Illuminating Botticelli’s Chart of Hell.” MLN 128, No. 1 (2013): 84–102. 

Parker, Deborah, and Mark Parker. Inferno Revealed. From Dante to Dan Brown. New York: Palgrave Macmillian, 2013.

Pearce, Spencer. “Uses of Learning in the Dante Commentary of Iacomo della Lana.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 53–83.

Pertile, Lino. “A Text in Movement: Trifon Gabriele’s Annotationi nel Dante, 1527–1565.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 341–58.

Pertile, Lino. “Ciacco, Brunetto and the Voice of God.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 157–74.

Psaki, F. Regina. “Asceticism and its Discontents: Dante and the contemptus mundi Tradition.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 87–104.

Purcell, Richard. “An Integrative Vernacular: Ellison, Dante, and Social Cohesion in the Post–Civil Rights Era.” ELH 80, No. 3 (2013): 917–44.

Purdy Moudarres, Christiana. “Legends of the Fall: Generation and Corruption in Inferno 27.” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 171–98.

Raffaelli, Lara Gochin. “From Heavenly to Cardinal Sin: Dante’s Beatrice and D’Annunzio Elena.” Italica 90, No. 4 (2013): 567–80.

Rossignoli, Claudia. “Castelvetro on Dante: Tradition, Innovation, and Mockery in the Sposizione.” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 359–88.

Safford, Lisa Bixenstine. “Dante in the Italian Renaisance of Art.” Pedagogy 13, No. 1 (2013): 97–104.

Saiber, Arielle and Aba Mbirika. “The Three Giri of Paradiso 33.” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 237–72.

Serianni, Luca. “Echi danteschi nell’italiano letterario e non letterario.” Italica 90, No. 2 (2013): 290–298.

Smilie, Ethan. “Satan’s Unconquerable Will and Milton’s Use of Dantean Contrapasso in Paradise Lost.” Renascence 65, No. 2 (2013): 91–102.

Spence, Sarah. “The Geography of the Vernacular in Dante.” TENSO 28, No. 1–2 (2013): 33–45.

Stavreva, Kirilka. “The Triple Cord: Teaching Dante’s Divine Comedy and  Creativity.” Pedagogy 13, No. 1 (2013): 87–95.

Stavreva, Kirilka, and Christopher Kleinhenz. “Cluster on Multidisciplinary Approaches to Teaching Dante’s Commedia [Special Section].” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture 13, No. 1 (2013): 43–144.

Steinberg, Glenn A. “Dante, Virgil, and Christianity: Or Statius, Sin, and Clueless Pagans in Inferno IV.” Forum Italicum, No. 3 (2013): 475–96.

Tambling, Jeremy. “Illusion and Identity: The Looking–glass World of Inferno XXX.” In Barnes and Zaccarello, Language and Style in Dante, 111–31.
 
Zaccarello, Michelangelo. “The Chicken or the Egg? Purgatorio XXIII and the Tenzone with Forese.” In Barnes and Zaccarello, Language and Style in Dante, 132–60.

Tardelli, Claudia. “Tipologie compositive e hapax nel Commento alla ‘Commedia’ di Francesco da Buti (con una nota sulla cultura grammaticale e lessicografica dell’autore).” In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 283–327.

Todorović, Jelena. “Who Read the Vita Nova in the First Half of the Fourteenth Century?” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 199–218.

Took, John. “Arendt, Augustine, Dante and Loving One’s Neighbour.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 105–119.

Took, John. “Style and Existence in Dante: An Essay in Cognitive Poetics.” In Barnes and Zaccarello, Language and Style in Dante, 197–222.

VerdicchioMassimo. Machiavelli on Dante on Language.” Forum Italicum 47, No. 1 (2013): 522-39. 

Webb, Heather. “Postures of Penitence in Dante’s Purgatorio.” Dante Studies 131 (2013): 219– 36.

Webb, Heather. “Power Differentials, Unreliable Models, and Homoerotic Desire in the Comedy.” Italian Studies 68, No. 1 (2013): 17–35. 

Webb, Heather, and George Corbett. Three Paths in One Journey. A Vertical Reading of Inf. I, Purg. I, Par. I.” L’Alighieri.” 41 (2013): 63–81.

Weber, Elizabeth Dolly. “Lighting Their Own Path: Student-Created Wikis in the Commedia Classroom.” Pedagogy 13, No. 1 (2013): 125–32.

Wilson, Robert. “Allegory as Avoidance in Dante’s Early Commentators: ‘bella menzogna’ to ‘roza corteccia.’  In Nasti and Rossignoli, Interpreting Dante, 30–52.

Zancani, Diego. “Notes on Dante Studies in Nineteenth-century Oxford.” In Kinder and Glenn, “Legato con amore,” 321–32.

 

Reviews

Alfie, Fabian. Dante's Tenzone with Forese Donati: The Reprehension of Vice. Toronto, Ont.:  University of Toronto Press, 2011. Reviewed by:

            Barbara Bellandi, Italianistica 42, No. 1 (2013): 217–18.

            David Bowe, Forum Italicum 47, No. 1 (2013): 199–201.

            Olivia Holmes, Speculum 88, No. 2 (2013): 483–85.

Alighieri, Dante. InferNo. Translated by Mary Jo Bang. Minneapolis, Minn.: Graywolf Press, 2012. Reviewed by:

            Rachel Galvin. “Looting,” Boston Review 38, No. 2 (2013), bostonreview.net

            Steve Donoghue. The Quarterly Conversion (June 4, 2012), quarterlyconversation.com

Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy. Translated by Clive James. New York: Liveright Publishing, 2013. Reviewed by:

           Joseph Luzzi, New York Times Sunday Book Review (April 19, 2013).

Alighieri, Dante. Rime giovanili e della “Vita nuova.” Edited by Teodolinda Barolini. Milan: Rizzoli BUR, 2009. Reviewed by:

           Marco Veglia, Speculum 88, No. 4 (2013): 1078–79.

Alighieri, DanteVita Nuova, critical edition by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Edited by Igor Candido. Turin: Nino Aragno Editore, 2012. Reviewed by:

           Gian Carlo Garfagnini, Rassegna della letteratura italiana 117, No. 1 (2013): 101.

Ardissino, Erminia. Tempo liturgico e tempo storico nella “Commedia” di Dante. Prefazione di Giuseppe Mazzotta. Città del Vaticano, Ed. Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2009. Reviewed by:

            Claudia Di Fonzo, Forum Italicum 47, No. 1 (2013): 197-99.

Ardizzone, Maria Luisa. Dante. Il paradigma intellettuale. Un’inventio degli anni fiorentini. Florence: Olschki Editore, 2011. Reviewed by:

           Elizabeth Emslie Stevens, Annali d’italianistica 31 (2013): 589–90.

           Laurence Hooper, Forum Italicum 47, No. 1 (2013): 215–16.

Barsella, Susanna. In the Light of Angels: Angelology and Cosmology in Dante’s Divina Commedia. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2010. Reviewed by:

            Simon Gilson, Medium Aevum 82, No. 1 (2013): 154–55.

Bertelli, Sandro. La tradizione della ‘‘Commedia’’ dai manoscritti al testo I: I codici trecenteschi (entro l’antica vulgata) conservati a Firenze. Biblioteca dell’‘‘Archivum Romanicum’’ Serie 1: Storia, Letteratura, Paleografia 376. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2011. Reviewed by:

            Beatrice Arduini, Renaissance Quarterly 66, No. 1 (2013): 324–26.

            Kenneth Clarke, Medium Aevum 82, No. 1 (2013): 185.

Brilli, Elisa. Firenze e il profeta. Dante fra teologia e politica. Rome: Carocci, 2012. Reviewed by:

            Massimo Seriacopi, Rassegna della letteratura italiana 117, No. 1 (2013): 109–10.

            Nicolò Maldina, L’Alighieri 42 (2013): 163–67.

Cerocchi, Marco. Funzioni semantiche e metatestuali della musica in Dante, Petrarca e Boccaccio. Olschki, 2010. Reviewed by:

            Maria Roglieri, Speculum 88, No. 1 (2013): 266–68.

Cornish, Alison. Vernacular Translation in Dante's Italy: Illiterate Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Reviewed by:

            Federica Anichini, Forum Italicum 47, No. 1 (2013): 201-03.

 

Dante in Oxford: The Paget Toynbee Lectures. Edited by Tristan Kay, Martin Maclaughlin, and Michelangelo Zaccarello. London: Legenda, 2013. Reviewed by:

            John A. Scott, Modern Language Review 108, No. 2 (2013): 648–50.

Desire in Dante and the Middle Ages. Edited by Manuele Gragnolati, Tristan Kay, Elena Lombardi, and Francesca Southerden. London: Legenda, 2012. Reviewed by:

            Gary Cestaro, Renaissance Quarterly 66, No. 1 (2013): 323–24.

            Nicolino Applauso, Italica 90, No. 4 (2013): 677–79.

            Gabriella Addivinola, L’Alighieri 42 (2013): 159–63.

Corbari, Eliana. Vernacular Theology. Dominican Sermons and Audience in Late Medieval Italy. Berlin–Boston: De Gruyter, 2013. Reviewed by:

            Silvia Serventi, Lettere Italiane 65, No. 4 (2013): 597–99.

Cornish, Alison. Vernacular Translation in Dante's Italy: Illiterate Literature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Reviewed by:

            Federica Anichini, Forum Italicum 47, No. 1 (2013): 201–03.

Dante's ‘Commedia’: Theology as Poetry. Edited by Vittorio Montemaggi and Matthew Treherne. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 2010. Reviewed by:

           K. P. Clarke, Italian Studies 69, No. 2 (2013): 295–302.

           Alison Milbank, Religion & Literature 45, No. 1 (2013): 213–14.

Dante in Oxford: The Paget Toynbee Lectures. Edited by Tristan Kay, Martin Mc Laughlin, Michelangelo Zaccarello. Oxford: Legenda, 2011. Reviewed by:

           K. P. Clarke, Italian Studies 69, No. 2 (2013): 295–302.

Holmes, Olivia. Dante's Two Beloveds: Ethics and Erotics in the "Divine Commedy." New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2008. Reviewed by:

           K. P. Clarke, Italian Studies 69, No. 2 (2013): 295–302.

Howard, Lloyd H. Virgil the Blind Guide: Marking the Way through the Divine Comedy. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2010. Reviewed by:

            John M. Fyler, University of Toronto Quarterly 82, No. 3 (2013): 648–49.

Looney, Dennis. Freedom Readers. The African American Reception of Dante Alighieri and the “Divine Comedy.” Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2011. Reviewed by:

            Nicola Leporini, Italianistica 42, No. 1 (2013): 259–60.

            Deborah L. Klein, Christianity and Literature 62, No. 4 (2013): 619–23.

            Sherry Roush, Comparative Literature Studies 50, No. 4 (2013): 14–17.

Harvey, Robert. Witnessness: Beckett, Dante, Levi, and the Foundations of Responsibility. New York: Continuum, 2010. Reviewed by:

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