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ITAL 461: Dante's Divine Comedy

Searching for Dante's Works in the Libraries

To conduct a search for Dante's works in the Libraries' holdings, go to Advanced Search and set the parameters to search "Author/Creator" "is (exact)" "Dante Alighieri." You'll see many results pop up, some electronic and some print. If you'd like to narrow your search, you can refine the results further by Material Type, Language, and/or even Start and End Dates if you'd like to see works from specific years.

Dante's Works Online

  • Digital Dante
    Houses the full text for Dante's Divine Comedy, and includes an online commentary by Teodolinda Barolini, a tool for visualizing intertextual references in the Divine Comedy, image and sound galleries, and a variety of primary sources, translations, and secondary sources.
  • Dartmouth Dante Project
    A searchable full-text database containing more than seventy commentaries on Dante's Divine Comedy, as well as the full-text of the work.
  • The Princeton Dante Project
    Offers searchable primary texts and translations of most of the texts of Dante’s corpus of writings, as well as a multimedia gallery and a variety of secondary sources.