The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri - Vol. 3

By Dante Alighieri; Robert M. Durling | Go to book overview

THE DIVINE COMEDY
OF
DANTE ALIGHIERI

Edited and Translated by
ROBERT M. DURLING

Introduction by
ROBERT M. DURLING

Notes by
RONALD L. MARTINEZ
and ROBERT M. DURLING

Illustrations by
ROBERT TURNER

Volume 3
PARADISO

OXFORD
UNIVERSITY PRESS
2011

-iii-

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The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri - Vol. 3
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Introduction 3
  • Paradiso 21
  • Canto 1 22
  • Canto 1 23
  • Canto 2 44
  • Canto 2 45
  • Canto 3 66
  • Canto 3 67
  • Canto 4 84
  • Canto 4 85
  • Canto 5 104
  • Canto 5 105
  • Canto 6 122
  • Canto 6 123
  • Canto 7 148
  • Canto 7 149
  • Canto 8 166
  • Canto 8 167
  • Canto 9 188
  • Canto 9 189
  • Canto 10 206
  • Canto 10 207
  • Canto 11 226
  • Canto 11 227
  • Canto 12 244
  • Canto 12 245
  • Canto 13 266
  • Canto 13 267
  • Canto 14 284
  • Canto 14 285
  • Canto 15 302
  • Canto 15 303
  • Canto 16 322
  • Canto 16 323
  • Canto 17 342
  • Canto 17 343
  • Canto 18 360
  • Canto 18 361
  • Canto 19 380
  • Canto 19 381
  • Canto 20 400
  • Canto 20 401
  • Canto 21 420
  • Canto 21 421
  • Canto 22 436
  • Canto 22 437
  • Canto 23 458
  • Canto 23 459
  • Canto 24 478
  • Canto 24 479
  • Canto 25 500
  • Canto 25 501
  • Canto 26 518
  • Canto 26 519
  • Canto 27 538
  • Canto 27 539
  • Canto 28 558
  • Canto 28 559
  • Canto 29 578
  • Canto 29 579
  • Canto 30 600
  • Canto 30 601
  • Canto 31 620
  • Canto 31 621
  • Canto 32 638
  • Canto 32 639
  • Canto 33 660
  • Canto 33 661
  • The Nicene Creed 684
  • Additional Notes 695
  • Textual Variants 762
  • Bibliography 765
  • Index of Italian, Latin, and Other Foreign Words Discussed in the Notes 809
  • Index of Passages Cited in the Notes 814
  • Index of Proper Names Discussed in the Notes 834
  • Index of Proper Names in the Text and Translation 867
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