The Poets' Dante: Twentieth-Century Responses

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Essays on the most celebrated Italian poet by eminent poetsof the twentieth century"Perhaps confessions by poets, of what Dante has meant to them, may even contribute something to the appreciation of Dante himself."-T. S. EliotThe great fourteenth-century poet has been an unequaled influence on many writers in the twentieth century, whose "confessions" may well foster a deeper appreciation of Dant...

Paperback: 432 pages
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux; 1st edition (April 3, 2002)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0374528403
ISBN-13: 978-0374528409
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 1735070
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This is an important book that unites some of the key writings on Dante by other poets into a single volume. The selections are excellent. For those interested in Dante's work and continuing influence on poetry, literature and semiotics this is a mus...

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ly published essays by some of this century's most renowned poets-Pound, Eliot, Mandelstam, Robert Fitzgerald, Borges, Merrill, Montale, Lowell, Duncan, Auden, Yeats, Charles Williams, Nemerov, Heaney-join new essays commissioned by the editors. Contemporary poets Mary Campbell, W. S. Di Piero, J. D. McClatchy, W. S. Merwin, Robert Pinsky, Rosanna Warren, Alan Williamson, and Charles Wright reflect on Dante as well as on their own complex (and often contentious) relationship to his legacy. Their engagement with his work offers a fresh perspective on the Commedia and its author that more academic writing does not provide.As the editors write, a new consideration of Dante "should generate insights not only about his work but also about poetry written in our own language and time.