La Divina Commedia - The Divine Comedy (Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso) by Dante Alighieri in two languages (italian, english), and one dual language, parallel ... (translated) Vol. 2) (Italian Edition)

La Divina Commedia - The Divine Comedy (Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso) by Dante Alighieri in two languages (italian, english), and one dual language, parallel ... (translated) Vol. 2) (Italian Edition)


This digital version comprises the unique italian model and the road via line translation by means of H.W. Longfellow.

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Language: English and Italian
Some of the variants have a synopsis in the beginning of every "Canto"
Separate chapters: yes
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You will discover a unmarried language variation in italian:
- los angeles DIVINA COMMEDIA (italian edition)

It comprises additionally a parallel variation, with a line by way of line translation:
- los angeles DIVINA COMMEDIA italian - english (Longfellow)

These are a few samples of the straightforward to learn unmarried and twin language layout
Dante wrote The Divine Comedy in three line stanzas with triple rime and this layout has been maintained.

LA DIVINA COMMEDIA italian
Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita
mi ritrovai in keeping with una selva oscura,
ché l. a. diritta through period smarrita.

Ahi quanto a dir qual period è cosa dura
esta selva selvaggia e aspra e forte
che nel pensier rinova los angeles paura!

LA DIVINA COMMEDIA italian - english (Longfellow)

1 Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita
1 halfway upon the adventure of our life

2 mi ritrovai in step with una selva oscura,
2 i discovered myself inside a wooded area dark,

3 ché los angeles diritta through period smarrita.
3 For the simple pathway have been lost.

Dante Alighieri (May/June c.1265 – September 14, 1321), was once the most important Italian poet of the center a long time. His Divine Comedy, initially known as Commedia and later referred to as Divina by means of Boccaccio, is taken into account the best literary paintings composed within the Italian language and a masterpiece of global literature.

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