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Jean Hollander

Jean Hollander has taught literature and writing at Brooklyn College, Columbia University, Princeton University, and the College of New Jersey, where she was director of the Writers’ Conference for twenty-three years. She recently published her third book of poems.

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The Inferno
Written by Dante, Translated by Robert Hollander and Jean Hollander
Anchor | Trade Paperback | January 2002
$17.00/21.00(Canada) | 978-0-385-49698-8 (0-385-49698-2)

The epic grandeur of Dante’s masterpiece has inspired readers for 700 years, and has entered the human imagination. But the further we move from the late medieval world of Dante, the more a rich understanding and enjoyment of the poem depends on knowledgeable guidance. Robert Hollander, a renowned scholar and master... Read more






Paradiso
Written by Dante, Translated by Robert Hollander and Jean Hollander
Anchor | Trade Paperback | September 2008
$19.95/23.95(Canada) | 978-1-4000-3115-3 (1-4000-3115-X)

With his journeys through Hell and Purgatory complete, Dante is at last led by his beloved Beatrice to Paradise. Where his experiences in the Inferno and Purgatorio were arduous and harrowing, this is a journey of comfort, revelation, and, above all, love-both romantic and divine. Robert Hollander is a Dante scholar... Read more






Purgatorio
Written by Dante, Translated by Jean Hollander and Robert Hollander
Anchor | Trade Paperback | January 2004
$21.00/25.00(Canada) | 978-0-385-49700-8 (0-385-49700-8)

Now I shall sing the second kingdom,

there where the soul of man is cleansed,

made worthy to ascend to heaven.

In the second book of Dante’s epic poem The Divine Comedy, Dante has left hell and begins the ascent of the mount of purgatory. Just as hell had its circles, purgatory, situated at... Read more





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