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100 1  Freccero, John,|eauthor 
240 10 Essays.|kSelections 
245 10 In Dante's wake :|breading from medieval to modern in the 
       Augustinian tradition /|cJohn Freccero ; edited by 
       Danielle Callegari and Melissa Swain 
264  1 New York :|bFordham University Press,|c2015 
300    1 online resource (204 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    computer|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 8  Machine generated contents note: -- Table of Contents -- 
       Acknowledgments -- Editors' introduction -- List of 
       Figures -- Shipwreck in the Prologue -- The Portrait of 
       Francesca: Inferno 5 -- Epitaph for Guido -- The Eternal 
       Image of the Father -- Allegory and Autobiography -- In 
       the Wake of the Argo on a Boundless Sea -- The Fig Tree 
       and the Laurel -- Medusa and the Madonna of Forlì: 
       Political Sexuality in Machiavelli -- Donne's Valediction:
       Forbidding Mourning -- Zeno's Last Cigarette -- 
       Bibliography -- Index 
520    "Waking to find himself shipwrecked on a strange shore 
       before a dark wood, the pilgrim of the Divine Comedy 
       realizes he must set his sights higher and guide his ship 
       to a radically different port. Starting on the sand of 
       that very shore with Dante, John Freccero begins retracing
       the famous voyage recounted by the poet nearly 700 years 
       ago. Freccero follows pilgrim and poet through the Comedy 
       and then beyond, inviting readers both uninitiated and 
       accomplished to join him in navigating this complex 
       medieval masterpiece and its influence on later 
       literature. Perfectly impenetrable in its poetry and 
       unabashedly ambitious in its content, the Divine Comedy is
       the cosmos collapsed on itself, heavy with dense matter 
       and impossible to expand. Yet Dante's great triumph is 
       seen in the tiny, subtle fragments that make up the 
       seamless whole, pieces that the poet painstakingly sewed 
       together to form a work that insinuates itself into the 
       reader and inspires the work of the next author. Freccero 
       magnifies the most infinitesimal elements of that 
       intricate construction to identify self-similar parts, 
       revealing the full breadth of the great poem. Using this 
       same technique, Freccero then turns to later giants of 
       literature- Petrarch, Machiavelli, Donne, Joyce, and Svevo
       -demonstrating how these authors absorbed these smallest 
       parts and reproduced Dante in their own work. In the 
       process, he confronts questions of faith, friendship, 
       gender, politics, poetry, and sexuality, so that traveling
       with Freccero, the reader will both cross unknown 
       territory and reimagine familiar faces, swimming always in
       Dante's wake"--|cProvided by publisher 
520    "In Dante's Wake presents a collection of essays from 
       internationally renowned Dante scholar John Freccero. 
       Penetrating first the Divine Comedy and then the powerful 
       influence of Dante on those who followed him, Freccero's 
       volume is an invaluable companion for any reader of Dante"
       --|cProvided by publisher 
588    Description based on print version record 
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2016. 
       Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to 
       ProQuest affiliated libraries 
600 00 Dante Alighieri,|d1265-1321.|tDivina commedia 
600 00 Dante Alighieri,|d1265-1321|xCriticism and interpretation 
600 00 Dante Alighieri,|d1265-1321|xInfluence 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Callegari, Danielle,|eeditor 
700 1  Swain, Melissa,|eeditor 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aFreccero, John.|tIn Dante's wake : 
       reading from medieval to modern in the Augustinian 
       tradition.|dNew York : Fordham University Press, 2015
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