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Henry Francis Cary

(1772—1844) translator

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Divina Commedia

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The great work of Dante, comprising the Inferno, the Purgatorio, and the Paradiso, in terza rima.

The Inferno is a description of Hell, conceived as a graduated conical funnel, to...

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George Darley

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(1795–1846),

born in Dublin, settled in London in 1821, and earned his living by writing textbooks on mathematics and as dramatic critic for the London Magazine and later as art...

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Maurice Scève

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(c.1500–1560)

French poet and humanist, best known for his Délie, objet de plus haute vertu (1544), a sequence of 449 decasyllabic dizains, accompanied by 50 emblematic woodcuts,...

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Ulysses

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A poem by Tennyson, composed 1833, published 1842. In a dramatic monologue Ulysses describes how he plans to set forth again from Ithaca after his safe return from his wanderings after the...

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