Prolegomena: Albertino Mussato, Dante Alighieri. Critical text and translation. The letter of Frate Ilario. IV. The houses of Polenta and Malatesta.
Prolegomena: Albertino Mussato, Dante Alighieri. Texts and scholia from the MS. Appendices (p. 314-336):-I. Del Virgilio's treatise on Ovid's Metamorphoses. III.
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Texts and scholia from the MSS. 314-336): I. The letter of Frate Ilario
Published 1970 by Haskell House Publishers in New York. Texts and scholia from the MSS. Includes bibliographical references.
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Giovanni del Virgilio in turn answered with an eclogue, and this was followed up by a second eclogue from Dante.
In his reply, Dante refused the offer, stating that he did indeed deserve the poetic crown, but for the Commedia alone. Giovanni del Virgilio in turn answered with an eclogue, and this was followed up by a second eclogue from Dante.
Author: Dante Alighieri
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