Divine Comedy-I: Inferno

References

  1. ^ John Ciardi, The Divine Comedy, Introduction by Archibald T. MacAllister, p. 14
  2. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on page 19.
  3. ^ Hollander, Robert (2000). Note on Inferno I.11. In Robert and Jean Hollander, trans., The Inferno by Dante. New York: Random House. p. 14. ISBN 0-385-49698-2
  4. ^ Allen Mandelbaum, Inferno, notes on Canto I, p. 345
  5. ^ Inf. Canto I, line 1
  6. ^ Inf. Canto I, line 2
  7. ^ Inf. Canto I, line 3
  8. ^ Inf. Canto I, line 32
  9. ^ Allaire, Gloria (7 August 1997). "New evidence towards identifying Dante's enigmatic lonza". Electronic Bulletin of the Dante Society of America – defines lonza as the result of an unnatural pairing between a leopard and a lioness in Andrea da Barberino Guerrino meschino.
  10. ^ Inf. Canto I, line 45
  11. ^ Inf. Canto I, line 49
  12. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto I, p. 21
  13. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto I.
  14. ^ Inf. Canto I, line 61
  15. ^ Inf. Canto I, line 60
  16. ^ Inf. Canto I, line 70
  17. ^ Inf. Canto III, line 9
  18. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto III, p. 36
  19. ^ Dorothly L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto III
  20. ^ Inferno, Canto III, lines 95–96, Longfellow translation
  21. ^ Brand, Peter; Pertile, Lino (1999). The Cambridge History of Italian Literature (2nd ed.). Cambridge University Press. pp. 63–64. ISBN 0-521-66622-8.
  22. ^ a b John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto XI, p. 94
  23. ^ a b c Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XI, p. 139
  24. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto IV
  25. ^ Inferno, Canto IV, line 36, Mandelbaum translation.
  26. ^ Inferno, Canto IV, line 103, Ciardi translation.
  27. ^ Inferno, Canto IV, line 123, Mandelbaum translation.
  28. ^ Purgatorio, Canto XXII, lines 97–114
  29. ^ in parte ove non è che luca (Inferno, Canto IV, line 151, Mandelbaum translation.)
  30. ^ i peccator carnali (Inferno, Canto V, line 38, Longfellow translation.)
  31. ^ a b Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto V, p. 101–102
  32. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto V, p. 51
  33. ^ la ruina (Inferno, Canto V, line 34, Mandelbaum translation.)
  34. ^ John Yueh-Han Yieh, One Teacher: Jesus' Teaching Role in Matthew's Gospel Report (Walter de Gruyter, 2005) page 65; Robert Walter Funk, The acts of Jesus: the search for the authentic deeds of Jesus (Harper San Francisco, 1998) pages 129–270.
  35. ^ Inferno, Canto V, lines 100–108, Ciardi translation.
  36. ^ Inferno Canto V, line 137
  37. ^ Inferno, line 137, Ciardi translation.
  38. ^ John Keats, On a Dream.
  39. ^ Inferno, Canto V, lines 141–142, Mandelbaum translation.
  40. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, Canto VI, p. 54
  41. ^ a b Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto VI.
  42. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, Introduction, p. xi.
  43. ^ a b Wallace Fowlie, A Reading of Dante's Inferno, University of Chicago Press, 1981, pp. 51–52.
  44. ^ "Giovanni Boccaccio, The Decameron, Ninth Day, Novel VIII". Stg.brown.edu. Archived from the original on October 18, 2013. Retrieved 2013-03-22.
  45. ^ Inferno, Canto VII, line 47, Mandelbaum translation.
  46. ^ Inferno, Canto VII, lines 25–30, Ciardi translation.
  47. ^ a b c d Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto VII, p. 114
  48. ^ Inferno, Canto VII, lines 79–80, Mandelbaum translation.
  49. ^ Inferno, Canto VII, lines 54, Mandelbaum translation.
  50. ^ Dante, Alighieri; Durling, Robert M.; Martinez, Ronald L. (March 6, 1997). The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195087445.
  51. ^ Inferno, Canto VIII, lines 37–38, Mandelbaum translation.
  52. ^ a b Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto VIII.
  53. ^ Allen Mandelbaum, Inferno, notes on Canto VIII, p. 358
  54. ^ Inferno, Canto X, line 15, Mandelbaum translation.
  55. ^ Inferno, Canto X, lines 103–108, Mandelbaum translation.
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  60. ^ a b Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XI.
  61. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto XI, p. 95
  62. ^ Inferno, Canto XII, lines 101–103, Longfellow translation.
  63. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, Canto XII, p. 96
  64. ^ a b c Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XIII.
  65. ^ Wallace Fowlie, A Reading of Dante's Inferno, University of Chicago Press, 1981, p. 224.
  66. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, Canto XIV, p. 112
  67. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, Canto XV, p. 119
  68. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XV.
  69. ^ Inferno, Canto XV, lines 85–87, Mandelbaum translation.
  70. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, Canto XVII, line 56
  71. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XVII.
  72. ^ Wallace Fowlie, A Reading of Dante's Inferno, University of Chicago Press, 1981, p. 117
  73. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto XVII, p. 138
  74. ^ a b c d e Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XVIII.
  75. ^ Inferno, Canto XVIII, line 94, Mandelbaum translation.
  76. ^ Inferno, Canto XIX, lines 2–6, Mandelbaum translation
  77. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XIX.
  78. ^ a b Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XX.
  79. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto XX, p. 157
  80. ^ Inferno, Canto XX, lines 28–30, Mandelbaum translation.
  81. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXI.
  82. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto XXI, p. 171
  83. ^ Allen Mandelbaum, Inferno, notes on Canto XXI
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  85. ^ a b John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto XXIII, p. 180
  86. ^ a b Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXIII
  87. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXIV.
  88. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXVI.
  89. ^ Inferno, Canto XXVI, lines 98–99.
  90. ^ Inferno, Canto XXVI, lines 112–120, Mandelbaum translation.
  91. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXVII.
  92. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto XXVIII, p. 217
  93. ^ a b c Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXVIII.
  94. ^ Wallace Fowlie, A Reading of Dante's Inferno, University of Chicago Press, 1981, p. 178.
  95. ^ a b Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXIX.
  96. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXXI.
  97. ^ a b Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXXII.
  98. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto XXXII, p. 248
  99. ^ John Ciardi, Inferno, notes on Canto XXXIII, p. 256
  100. ^ Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXXIII.
  101. ^ Inferno, Canto XXXIII, line 125, Ciardi translation
  102. ^ Inferno, Canto XXXIII, lines 149–150, Mandelbaum translation.
  103. ^ Inferno, Canto XXXIV, line 1, Mandelbaum translation
  104. ^ Inferno, Canto XXXIV, lines 39–45, Mandelbaum translation.
  105. ^ a b c d Dorothy L. Sayers, Hell, notes on Canto XXXIV.
  106. ^ Robert Hollander and Jean Hollander, The Inferno, notes on Canto XXXIV, p. 641.

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