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By John C Davenport

This recognized Italian poet wrote The Divine Comedy, which used to be an imaginary trip via the poet via Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise. This paintings is known as a masterpiece of worldwide literature.

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His face was long . . ” His mind, however, was already sharp. “None was more vigilant than he in study,” Boccaccio wrote. ” 21 Latini was responsible for much of this. He helped Dante channel and hone his talents. Nobody was better suited for the job than Latini. Latini, an accomplished author, wrote books on many subjects. There seemed to be no end to what Latini was able to do. He put his pen and his mind to work on almost everything. Although he was capable of writing in both French and Italian, Latini’s most famous works were in Italian.

He published four books and a series of other pieces. Latini made exile a productive part of his life. He had a knack for making the best of things. It was a skill he would pass on to Dante. 49 50 Dante attraction to Beatrice Portinari changed and matured. Despite being promised to Gemma Donati, Dante continued to have strong feelings for Beatrice. In fact, he never stopped thinking about her. His affection grew stronger after that wonderful day in May 1283, when Beatrice finally noticed him. ” It was not much, but it was more than enough for Dante.

All of the above. ANSWERS: 1. b; 2. a; 3. d; 4. c; 5. d 5 From Boyhood to Manhood T he late 1270s and early 1280s were busy and eventful years for Dante Alighieri. During this time, he was thrust into manhood. The most important time, however, was the year 1283. Dante Alighieri had experienced many ups and downs in his life, and each 45 Dante 46 time he had calmly accepted his fate, good or bad, and had gone on with his life. In 1283, however, Dante experienced perhaps the worst and best days of his life.

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