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Dante and the Greeks

Edited by Jan M. Ziolkowski

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$44.95 • £35.95 • €40.50

ISBN 9780884024002

Publication Date: 12/29/2014


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  • Introduction [Jan M. Ziolkowski]
  • Greeks in Italy at the Time of Dante (1265–1321) [Vera von Falkenhausen]
  • Change and Continuity: Italian Culture and Greek Learning in the Age of Dante [Réka Forrai]
  • Homo Byzantinus and Homo Italicus in Late Thirteenth-Century Constantinople [Elizabeth A. Fisher]
  • Acting against Conscience: Dante and the Aristotelian, Stoic, and Christian Traditions [Marcia L. Colish]
  • From Anna Komnene to Dante: The Byzantine Roots of Western Debates on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics [Michele Trizio]
  • Reading One’s Way to Happiness: Dante, Cicero, and the Promise of the Greeks [Filippo Naitana]
  • Aristotle’s Mezzo, Courtly Misura, and Dante’s Canzone Le dolci rime: Humanism, Ethics, and Social Anxiety [Teodolinda Barolini]
  • Pseudo-Dionysius and the Representation of Light in Dante’s Paradiso [Diego Sbacchi]
  • Cartographic Dante: A Note on Dante and the Greek Mediterranean [Theodore J. Cachey Jr.]
  • Dante, Byzantium, and the Italian Chronicle Tradition [William Caferro]
  • Angels, Monsters, and Hybridity in the Divine Comedy: Ancient Greek Cultural Legacies and Dante’s Critique of the Church [George Dameron]
  • Ulysses and the Three Traditions [Piero Boitani]
  • Abbreviations
  • About the Authors
  • Index

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