Den gudomliga komedin. MA. Mona Abbas. Updated 30 August Transcript. Paolo och Francesca. Mord. STRAFF: Tortyr och sen mörda. Högmod. Girighet. Den gudomliga komedin. Dantes text speglar dels kristna tankar om livets mening och mål och det medeltida samhällets hierarkier och. Buy Den gudomliga komedin by Dante Alighieri, Mikael Argenziano (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery.
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Dantes Divine Comedy
And even if this edition has pages of footnotes with all the details you might want to know, it still doesn’t make for very contemplative reading when you have to look up the meaning of every other line, and nor ggudomliga knowing the background necessarily make those passages any more relevant. July 10, — Shelved as: I blast John Coltrane for the last few songs.
Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Den gudomliga komedin. I expected to be thrilled by Infernoand I was, but I have to say Paradise gets unfairly overlooked.
And then there are long, and rather mean-spirited, lists of people who deserve to be punished because Dante doesn’t like them. Want to Read saving….
Call that the hundredth song. Virgil who, much like Dante, made up his own additions to older myths and then had people believe it – the line between poetic license and history was a lot thinner, or at least more obviously thin.
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Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Anyone claiming everyone believed the Earth was flat until Columbus should get smacked upside the head with this book, and it’s heavy. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Refresh and try again. Dante decries vanity, pride, excess and vengefulness, while spending 99 gudomliha elevating his ex to sainthood, his political enemies to examples of the worst torture he could devise, and himself to prophet and heir to Virgil.
Because while there’s no denying the influence of Dante both on literature, culture and faith, fact remains at least for me that unless you know a lot both about antique mythology, mediaeval theology and 13th century Italian politics, reading it becomes a bit of a chore at times. Then again, that is one of the things I like about The Divine Comedy – that it’s so very obviously humanand comes across a bit more comedic than perhaps Dante intended, without losing any of its power.
We take abuse seriously in our discussion boards. There are passages of absolute beauty, with ideas and arguments that still carry weight even if I don’t always agree with them – Dante’s Catholic apologism, or his call for a strong moral leader, however sympathetic his reasoning.
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