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Publications on Dante: Robert M. Durling

I have to thank Prof. Durling for having provided, on my request, corrections and furter references. Eventual errors are still mine.
Otfried Lieberknecht


  1. Petrarch's Lyric Poems: The «Rime sparse» and the Uncollected Lyrics, edited and translated by Robert M. Durling. Cambridge (Mass.): Harvard UP, 1976

  2. [co-author Ronald L. Martinez] Time and the Crystal: Studies in Dante's Rime Petrose. Berkeley & Los Angeles & Oxford: California UP, 1990

  3. [co-editor Ronald L. Martinez] The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Volume I: Inferno. Edited and Translated by Robert M. Durling. Introduction and Notes by Ronald L. Martinez, Oxford UP, 1996


  1. Petrarch's «Giovene donna sotto un verde lauro». In: Modern Language Notes 86 (1971), p.1-20

  2. "Io son venuto": Seneca, Plato, and the Microcosm. In: Dante Studies 93 (1975), p.95-129

  3. Il Petrarca, il Ventoso, e la possibilità dell'allegoria. In: Revue des Etudes Augustiniennes 23 (1977), p.304-323

  4. Deceit and Digestion in the Belly of Hell. In: *Allegory and Representation, Selected Papers from the English Institute, 1979-80 (New Series, No. 5). Edited, with a Preface, by Stephen J. Greenblatt. Baltimore & London: Johns Hopkins UP, 1981, p.61-93

  5. Farinata and the Body of Christ. In: Stanford Italian Review 2,1 (1981), p.5-35

  6. Boccaccio on Interpretation (Decameron 6.9). In: *Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio: Studies in the Italian Trecento in Honor of Charles S. Singleton, edited by Aldo S. Bernardo and Anthony L. Pellegrini, Binghamton (N.Y.): Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1983 (= Medieval & Reanissance Texts & Studies, 22), p. 273-304

  7. A Long Day in the Sun (Decameron 8.7). In: *Shakespeare's «Rough Magic»: Renaissance Essays in Honor of C. L. Barber, edited by Peter Erickson and Coppélia Kahn, London & Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1985, p 269-275

  8. The Audience(s) of the De vulgari eloquentia and the Petrose. In: Dante Studies 110 (1992), p.25-35

12 June 1996

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