"Reason thou see'st,
has all too short a
Temple of Dante Alighieri
Under construction, but worth a look.
Dante - A Guide to Online Resources
Find links to texts, resources, bibliographies, university research
projects and essays about this medieval author.
Divine Comedy - Research Edition
From the Dante Society of America, and connect to other resources.
English 122: Dante's Comedy
Dante-course homepage offers introductory essays about each of the three
parts of the "Divine Comedy," plus study questions and paper
Homepage for Dante Studies, I
Locate all types of scholarly resources regarding Dante via these lists
and links compiled by Otfried Lieberknecht.
Homepage for Dante Studies, II
Italian and Medieval studies, with an emphasis on Dante's literary
Dante - On the Web
Extensive site offers links and details about Dante's life, era and
work. Includes downloadable texts.
Dante - The Classic Text
Overview of Dante's "Divine Comedy" and images from early
editions. Includes information about William Blake's
The Dante Home Page
Criticism, texts and images from Dante's work, plus links to resources
about medieval life, literature and language.
Dante - Divine Comedy
Several versions of the classic to read. View artists' renditions of the
Inferno, and read a chronology of Dante's life.
Take a trip through Hell as imagined by Dante. Read his
"Inferno" canto by canto as photographs and images bring the
words to life.
Find an index of Dante's cantos, a map of the Inferno and other Dante
resources on the Web.
Dante's Divine Comedy
Read a quick, humorous synopsis of this famous work, then access the
maps of Heaven, Purgatory and Hell. Includes related links.
Calvin College's Christian Classic Library has the complete text of
Dante's "Inferno" along with an outline of which sinners go
Inferno, S. F. Wright's Translation
Find a modern English translation in verse, made in 1928 by S. Fowler
Wright, of Dante's "Inferno."
Paradiso, Longfellow's Translation
Provides this nineteenth-century translation of the final part of
"The road of excess
leads to the palace of wisdom."
William Blake Digital Text Project
William Blake Archive
Archive of Blake's poetry and engravings
transferred into high-quality digital form.
Blake - Collector Poems
Books and Writers - Marcus
Come here to read a pretty good biography of Marcus Aurelius
favorite source of quotes) and a resource to the Good Doctor.
Go here to read excerpts of Meditations by Marcus Aurelius. and
check out the sculpture garden.
Ancient World Cultures Readings from Ancient Rome
Want the entire Meditations online? Go here to read all
twelve books. I
can't believe I read the whole thing!
Interest piqued by the mention of Machiavelli? Read his entire work The
Wondering who Machiavelli is?
Shame on you. Read a brief
View of Human Nature
Read a wonderful essay on Machiavelli's
view of human nature.
heard of the Prince right? Well come here to Read Machiavelli's Discourses, his
most important, but not famous work.
Books on the Art of War
Read Machiavelli's military thought. Read how he thought
Florence could be saved.
Library of Congress
A terrific one stop resource!
Culture - Authors
Culture - Literature
Also from About.com
Culinary Philosophy and Other Considerations
From dear old About.com - Fascinating!
for Italian Literature
From the University of Connecticut
Language and Literature
Offered only in Italian
The University of Wisconsin has put up critical looks at many famous
books and their impact upon Western civilization. How much has Dante really
effected us? Now, you can know who Ovid is.
The Perseus Digital Library
Find Greek and Roman and Renaissance literature at this huge site. To really
impress the Doctor take a look at the essays and maps. A site the Doctor would
be proud to visit.
A huge index of great poets (and not so great) pay special attention to Ovid,
Dante, and Henry the Eighth's works.