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In the preparation of the Notes I have been chiefly indebted to the Commentary of
Signor Brunone Bianchi, which was recommended to me by Count Aurelio Saffi. I
have also derived assistance from the Translations and Commentaries of ...
Politically, the ideal form of government for Italy and mankind — in Dante's
opinion, an universal monarchy, seated at Rome, with the Pope as spiritual head.
' Variously interpreted : — by Signor Bianchi, as referring to the stagnation of the
... for the first time in A.D. 1274, when he was nine years old. He describes this
meeting and its effect upon him at the opening of ' La vita nuova.' 16 Dante's
words, ' ribellante alla sua legge,' must be taken to mean simply — as Signor
... grievous, none hath more distaste.' And he replied ; ' Thy city, 1 which is rife
With envy so that it hath now excell'd 50 All bounds, possess'd me in the light of
life. 1 Florence, divided into the factions of the Bianchi, to which the Poet
... de curia gulosus valde.' * The Bianchi. * The Neri. 5 Between the two factions,
siding There are two just men 6 there, who live defamed CANTO VI. 43.
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What I love about Dante is how he doesn't invoke the Muses, unlike Homer, or Virgil, and that he goes straight to the heart of the matter, and straight in to the poem, i.e. "In the midway of this our ... Ler crítica na íntegra