Abstract: Vita Nuova is universally recognized as Dante's early masterpiece, and it includes some of his best poetry outside the Divine Comedy, to which it can be regarded as a sort of prequel. Part poetical tribute, part autobiography, it traces Dante's passionate love for Beatrice from his first meeting with her as a boy to her premature death at the age of twenty-four and the psychological and emotional turmoil that this caused him.
Title and contributes: Vita Nuova / Dante Alighieri
Publication: Richmond, Surrey : Alma Classics 2013
Physical description: 231 p. ; 20 cm.
Language: English (language of the text, soundtrack, etc..)
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