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Alighien, Dante The Divine Comedy, Vol 1 Inferno, Vol II-Purgatory; Vol. Ill: Paradise, translated and with notes by Mark Musa, Harmondsworth: Penguin Classics, 1984. Musa's unrhymed verse translation comes close to representing the meter and sense of Dante's difficult terza nma This eminent Dante scholar provides a summary of each canto at its start, very thorough explanatory notes, illustrations and bibliography.

The Divine Comedy, translated and with notes and commentary by Charles S Singleton, 3 vols, Bolhngen Series 80, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1970-75. Singleton's facing-page, prose translation is considered by many to be the best and is therefore the critical edition of Dante's epic poem. His notes and commentary are the most thorough and provide full texts of all references, in both English and their original languages

The Portable Dante, edited and with introduction and notes by Mark Musa, New York: Viking Penguin, 1995 This single-volume paperback brings together Musa's earlier...

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