Dante's pervasive presence has been a feature of modern writing
since the late 18th century. This collection of essays emphasizes
that presence in the work of major British and Irish writers (such
as Blake, Shelley, Joyce and Heaney). It also focuses on responses
in America, the Caribbean and Italy and deals with appropriations
of Dante's work by poets (from Gray to Walcott) and novelists (such
as Mary Shelley and Giorgio Bassani, and Gloria Naylor).
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