Gustave Dore

Then he devoted himself to philosophical studies at religious schools, such as Santa Maria Novella. eexcesivau passion for philosophy would later criticized by the character of Beatrice in the Purgatorio, the second book of the Divine Comedy. Wikipedia reminds us that De vulgari Eloquentia (The Eloquence in the vernacular) is the title of an essay by Dante Alighieri, written in Latin and initially wanted to include four books, but aborted the idea Dante after the second. It was probably written in the years that preceded Dante's exile from his native Florence between 1303 and 1305. Latinos trials were very popular in the Middle Ages, but Dante made some innovations to work His great work The Divine Comedy, we are reminded, is an epic allegorical chained triplets written between 1304 and his death, considered as one of the masterpieces of Italian literature and mundialNumerosos painters of all time, she created illustrations, include Botticelli, Gustave Dore and Dali.

Dante wrote in the Tuscan dialect, the current Italian parent, which was used between the eleventh and twelfth centuries. The book is divided into three parts: Hell, Purgatory and Paradise each of its parts is divided into 33 cantos, in turn composed of triplets. The composition of the poem is sorted by the symbolism of number three (number symbolizing the Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, as well as the number three symbolizes the balance and stability in some cultures, and also linked to the triangle): three main characters, Dante, who portrays the man, Beatrice, personifies the faith, and Virgil, who personifies the reason should not be forgotten as indicated, and in the fifteenth century, many Italian cities had established groups of specialists dedicated to the study of The Divine Comedy.

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