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References for Professor Norton's Lecture.


III. The prose works of Dante and their relation to the Divine Comedy.

There is no entirely satisfactory edition of Dante's Minor Works. That of Fraticelli, Firenze, 1856 (and since reprinted), in three vols., small 8vo., is convenient and easily procured.

An edition of Dante's complete works in a single volume, edited by the Rev. Dr. Moore, is soon to be issued from the Clarendon press, and will unquestionably afford a much better text of the prose works than any hitherto published. It will be a great boon to the student.

Of translations, that of the De Monarchia, by R. W. Church, London, 1879, of the Convito by Katharine Hillard, London, 1889, may be recommended, as may that of the Canzoniere by Charles Lyell, London, 1835, and of the Letters of Dante by C. S. Latham, Cambridge, Mass., 1891.

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