3 edition of Chaucer reads the Divine Comedy found in the catalog.
Thesis--Stanford University.Bibliography: leaves 364-399.Microfiche (positive). Ann Arbor, MI : University Microfilms International, 1983. -- 5 sheets ; 11x15 cm.[microform]
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|Pagination||xvi, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
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Professors Cook and Herzman go back and forth very smoothly for a great presentation. These are concentric and spherical, as in and cosmology. The tale suggests that the culprit is the West's allegorical habit of mind and offers as "evidence" the interpretive fate suffered by the Song of Songs.
There it has, furthermore, the improvised, spontaneous character of much medieval theater: the Host does act in his self-appointed role as master of ceremonies, but his control is partial at best, and one tale-telling performance often seems, unpredictably, to generate another.
 Paul Piehler, The Visionary Landscape. Hit by wave after wave of war, plague, starvation, and rebellion, threatened by the expansion of the Ottoman Turks, seemed on the brink of collapse. The spoiler provided by our general culture has damaged the way we read the work. In fact, it became a rich source for writers of world literature. " Here once again the House of Fame in quite remarkable fashion prepares for The Canterbury Tales even as it defines how that poem will differ from Dante's.
Ignoring all the difficulties, including the fact that the Italian has no explicit reference to "voice," I accept Sinclair's translation: Virgil first appeared to the Pilgrim as "one whose voice seemed weak from long silence. One has only to think of the General Prologue and the question of what system of values the reader is expected to apply to the various pilgrims.
 I am Chaucer reads the Divine Comedy here on Fredric Jameson's definition of history in The Political Unconscious, p. A recent book by Robert P.
"  In The Implied Reader Iser discusses such gaps as may occur in a narrative between a represented world and a particular system of values, or when the narrative is suddenly broken off; they elicit, Iser suggests, the reader's active participation and so serve as a powerful means of bringing the text to life.
This was the only translation of the Bible Dante had access to, as it was one the vast majority of scribes were willing to copy during the Middle Ages.
These are concentric and spherical, as in and cosmology.