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0582312647
Author:
Jeremy Tambling
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Longman Pub Group (December 1, 1998)
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Dante's work has fascinated readers for seven hundred years and has provided key reference points for writing as diverse as that of Chaucer.

Dante - Longman Critical Readers (Paperback). Professor Jeremy Tambling (author). This book provides students of English literature and Italian literature with the most comprehensive collection of important critical studies of Dante to date. This book provides students of English literature and Italian literature with the most comprehensive collection of important critical studies of Dante to date

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In this volume, Jeremy Tambling has selected ten recent essays from the mass of Dante studies, and put the Divine Comedy into context for the modern reader. Topics such as Dante's allegory, his relationship to classical and to modern poetry, his discussion of love and of sexuality, his attitudes to Florence and to his contemporary Italy, are explored. Dante (Longman Critical Readers).

This book provides students of English literature and Italian literature with the most comprehensive collection of important critical studies of Dante to date.

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Jeremy Tambling is based at the Universityof Manchesterand has taught literature at all levels, from school to PhD level .

Jeremy Tambling is based at the Universityof Manchesterand has taught literature at all levels, from school to PhD level, including many adult groups. He is the author of many books - including a Longman Critical Reader on Dante - the most recent of which are "Blake's Night Thoughts "(Palgrave, 2004) and "Becoming Posthumous "(Edinburgh UP, 2001), described by "The "Guardian as "an elegant work of literary analysis.

This reader combines an explanatory introduction with examples of the literary criticism which has emerged from the conjunction between psychoanalysis and post-structuralism. It defines concepts and methods by tracing the role the story of Oedipus has played in the development of psychoanalytic theory and criticism; the essays themselves are divided into three section – drama, narrative and poetry – and aim to give students a wide perspective on current directions in psychoanalytic criticism.

In this volume, Jeremy Tambling has selected ten recent essays from the mass of Dante studies, and put the Divine Comedy - Dante's record of a journey to Hell, Purgatory and Paradise - into context for the modern reader. Topics such as Dante's allegory, his relationship to classical and modern poetry, his treatment of love and of sexuality, his attitudes to Florence and to his contemporary Italy, are explored and clarified through a selection of work by some of the best scholars in the field.This book provides students of English literature and Italian literature with the most comprehensive collection of important critical studies of Dante to date.