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Inferno in ebook format
Inferno [online and in print] by
Call Number: Cooperman Library Stacks: PQ4315 .D87 vol.1
Durling/Martinez edition, Italian and English, with notes on the text. Also available in print at Hunter (call number listed above).
Dante's Inferno [online] by
Indiana Critical Edition: English translation by Mark Musa (no Italian text) with notes, synopses of the cantos, and ten critical essays by various scholars.
Purgatorio in ebook format
Paradiso in ebook format
The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Volume 3: Paradiso [online and in print] by
Call Number: Cooperman Library Stacks: PQ4315 .D87 v.3
Durling/Martinez edition, Italian and English, with notes on the text. Also available in print at Hunter (call number listed above). Note that Hunter has only one ebook copy, meaning only one user may access it at any time (when the book is unavailable, the purple "read online" button turns grey)
Vita Nuova in ebook format
Commentaries in ebook format
Lectura Dantis - Inferno [online and in print] by
Call Number: Cooperman Library Stacks: PQ4443 .L38 1998
Publication Date: 1999
"The California Lectura Dantis is the long-awaited companion to the three-volume verse translation by Allen Mandelbaum of Dante's Divine Comedy... This collection of commentaries on the first part of the Comedy consists of commissioned essays, one for each canto, by a distinguished group of international scholar-critics."
Lectura Dantis - Purgatorio [online] by
Publication Date: 2008
"This new critical volume, the second to appear in the three-volume Lectura Dantis, contains expert, focused commentary on the Purgatorio by thirty-three international scholars, each of whom presents to the nonspecialist reader one of the cantos of the transitional middle cantica of Dante's unique Christian epic."