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22 terms
Dante to Calvino: Italian Literature
Dante Alighieri
Francesco Petrarca (Petrarch)
Giovanni Boccaccio
Michelangelo Buonarroti
Inferno, 1314
Canzoniere, 1328-1374
Decameron, 1350
Sonnets, 1530-1564
Dante Alighieri
Inferno, 1314
Francesco Petrarca (Petrarch)
Canzoniere, 1328-1374
9 terms
World Literature Dante
Circle 1
Circle 2
Circle 3
Circle 4
Virtuous Heathen (Limbo - unbaptized and virtuous pagans, onl…
Lascivious (lust)... Trapped for eternity in a violent storm
Gluttons... Must spend eternity face down in the mud and gnawed…
Avaricious (hoarding and indulgent greedy)... Forced to push gia…
Circle 1
Virtuous Heathen (Limbo - unbaptized and virtuous pagans, onl…
Circle 2
Lascivious (lust)... Trapped for eternity in a violent storm
15 terms
World Literature: Dante's Inferno
Dante
False
True
Medieval Life
Who wrote the Poem?
It was written between 1308 and 1319.
The poem takes you through Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise.
The poem provides almost every aspect of?
Dante
Who wrote the Poem?
False
It was written between 1308 and 1319.
10 terms
Literature dantes inferno
Virgil
Beatrice
Charon
Cerberus
Guides dante through hell
Girl Dante fell in love with as a young boy; seen in inferno…
Frerryman of Acheron ; his job was to ferry all the souls of…
Great work found in circle 3; he oversees and tends to pieces…
Virgil
Guides dante through hell
Beatrice
Girl Dante fell in love with as a young boy; seen in inferno…
30 terms
Western Literature Spring Final-Dante
What is the Citadel of Reason?
Where is the Citadel of Reason found?
The Citadel of Reason has _____ battle…
What flows around the 7 battlements?
-one of the three major symbols in Limbo... -as far as you can g…
-circle 1: Limbo
-7
-sweet brook
What is the Citadel of Reason?
-one of the three major symbols in Limbo... -as far as you can g…
Where is the Citadel of Reason found?
-circle 1: Limbo
9 terms
World literature review- Dante 9 circle
First circle
Second circle
Third circle
Forth circle
Limbo
Lust
Gluttony
Greed
First circle
Limbo
Second circle
Lust
13 terms
AP Literature Terms- Dante's Inferno
Define: Word that ends one clause, the…
Define: Repetition of words or phrases…
Define: Two opposing ideas presented i…
Define: Elements are presented in a se…
Anadiplosis.
Anaphora.
Antithesis.
Asyndeton.
Define: Word that ends one clause, the…
Anadiplosis.
Define: Repetition of words or phrases…
Anaphora.
43 terms
Western Literature Spring Final- Dante Monsters
What is the epic theme of Dante's Infe…
What circle is Antaeus found in?
What is Antaeus?
What does Antaeus symbolize?
-there is another way
-circle 9... -the Central Pit of Malebolge
-one of the giants
-sons of the earth... -embodiment of elemental forces unbalanced…
What is the epic theme of Dante's Infe…
-there is another way
What circle is Antaeus found in?
-circle 9... -the Central Pit of Malebolge
8 terms
Literature in the 1300s: Dante's Divine Comedy
Dante's LIfe and Florentine Polotics
Travel to Northern Italy
The Medieval Principles: the synthetic…
Numerology
Dante Alighieri was a well known in Tuscany for his poems abo…
He was a "beggar" roaming about like a "rudderless ship" thou…
- Synthetic. It appears in the Comedy's rich stew of classica…
-He met her at 9. and met her again 9 years later. ... -Three re…
Dante's LIfe and Florentine Polotics
Dante Alighieri was a well known in Tuscany for his poems abo…
Travel to Northern Italy
He was a "beggar" roaming about like a "rudderless ship" thou…
25 terms
Literature: Dante's Inferno Circles/Sins
Circle 1
Circle 2
Circle 3
Circle 4
Weren't baptized; lived before Christ
Lust
Gluttony
Hoarding; Squandering
Circle 1
Weren't baptized; lived before Christ
Circle 2
Lust
21 terms
Literature Dantes Inferno layers 7-9
Capaneus
Brunetto latini
Azzolino
Pier Delle Vigne
Blasphmer ... 7th circle// 3rd ring... Done violence agaisnt God
7th layer of hell... Dantes guardian...
7th Circle
Itailian jurist... Falsey imprisoned and commited suicide
Capaneus
Blasphmer ... 7th circle// 3rd ring... Done violence agaisnt God
Brunetto latini
7th layer of hell... Dantes guardian...
11 terms
Pre-AP World Literature II - Dante's Inferno
Epic
Allegorical Comedy
Themes
Literary and Rhetorical Devices
deals with grandly important themes, such as journey of sin t…
1) Dante's journey is the journey of every man... 2) begins in p…
1) Education and Salvation... 2) Choices and Consequences... 3) Pow…
1) repetition as a means of creating imagery... 2) imagery as de…
Epic
deals with grandly important themes, such as journey of sin t…
Allegorical Comedy
1) Dante's journey is the journey of every man... 2) begins in p…
60 terms
Dante's Inferno
Dante Alighieri
Virgil
Beatrice
Animals in the Dark Wood of Error
Born in Florence,Italy May of 1265
Dante's companion/mentor
Divine light/ purity
She Wolf, Lion, and Leopard
Dante Alighieri
Born in Florence,Italy May of 1265
Virgil
Dante's companion/mentor
60 terms
Dante's Inferno
Dante Alighieri
Virgil
Beatrice
Animals in the Dark Wood of Error
Born in Florence,Italy May of 1265
Dante's companion/mentor
Divine light/ purity
She Wolf, Lion, and Leopard
Dante Alighieri
Born in Florence,Italy May of 1265
Virgil
Dante's companion/mentor
25 terms
Dante
Vernacular
Canto
Tercet
Terza Rima
Everyday language of ordinary people.
A section or division of a long poem.
3 line stanza
A type of poetry consisting of 10 or 11 syllable lines arrang…
Vernacular
Everyday language of ordinary people.
Canto
A section or division of a long poem.
42 terms
Dante's The Inferno Study Guide
Three Beasts of Worldliness
What does Virgil symbolize?
What does Beatrice symbolize?
The Vestibule of Hell
Shewolf of Incontinence, Leopard of Malice and Fraud, Lion of…
Human Reason
Divine Love
the opportunists
Three Beasts of Worldliness
Shewolf of Incontinence, Leopard of Malice and Fraud, Lion of…
What does Virgil symbolize?
Human Reason
33 terms
Dante's Inferno: Character List
Aeneas
Alexander the Great
Antaeus
Aristotle
the main character in Virgil's epic (the Aeneid)
7th Circle- 1st Round, in Flegathon River
Giant in 9th Circle- 1st Pouch, lowers Dante and Virgil into…
In Limbo, virtuous pagan
Aeneas
the main character in Virgil's epic (the Aeneid)
Alexander the Great
7th Circle- 1st Round, in Flegathon River
40 terms
Dante Inferno
Virtuous Pagans
Carnal
Gluttons
Hoarders and Wasters
No torment; no hope
Swept in a giant tempest
Lie in a giant garbage dump; filth falls like stinking rain
Push great boulders apart, then together, then apart again
Virtuous Pagans
No torment; no hope
Carnal
Swept in a giant tempest
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Dante Vocab Set 1
Acedia
Charybdis
Liturgical
Malebranche
Listlessness; spiritual or mental sloth; apathy.
A sea monster from the Odyssey later rationalized to be a whi…
Of or relating to public religious worship.
Demons who guard Bolgia Five of the Eighth Circle.
Acedia
Listlessness; spiritual or mental sloth; apathy.
Charybdis
A sea monster from the Odyssey later rationalized to be a whi…
16 terms
Literature
Agatha Christie
Albert Campus
Aldous Huxley
Alice Walker
Crime novelist: ... And Then There Were None... Murder on the Orien…
Wrote The Stranger... Contributed to concept of absurdism/existe…
Wrote Brave New World... Sci-fi , Utopian/Dystopian literature
Wrote The Color Purple... African American literature
Agatha Christie
Crime novelist: ... And Then There Were None... Murder on the Orien…
Albert Campus
Wrote The Stranger... Contributed to concept of absurdism/existe…
23 terms
Dante
Circle 1
circle 2
circle 3
circle 4
lived before heaven/ were good but un baptized. never go to h…
lust. caught in eternal wind.
gluttony. dirty rain/ snow
greed (avarice and prodigality). push boulders. yell at each…
Circle 1
lived before heaven/ were good but un baptized. never go to h…
circle 2
lust. caught in eternal wind.
51 terms
Dante's Inferno-Vocabulary
Inferno
canto
epic
Allegory
a place of fiery heat or destruction
a chapter in an epic poem
a long narritive story about the journey of a hero. The hero…
A story that is read on both literal and symbolic level
Inferno
a place of fiery heat or destruction
canto
a chapter in an epic poem
14 terms
DANTE
Fall of the western roman empire.
2 levels of meaning
Paradiso
Song
What marks the begining of the middle ages?
What does allegory mean?
Where will Beatrice begin to guide Dante?
What does canto mean?
Fall of the western roman empire.
What marks the begining of the middle ages?
2 levels of meaning
What does allegory mean?
59 terms
Dante's Inferno - Characters and Terms
Virgil
epic simile
Capaneus
terza rima
Sent by Beatrice to be Dante's personal guide though the leve…
A simile used by Homer as well as other poets as a detailed d…
A strong and powerful warrior who was part of the Attack of t…
A three line stanza that combines iambic meter with a propuls…
Virgil
Sent by Beatrice to be Dante's personal guide though the leve…
epic simile
A simile used by Homer as well as other poets as a detailed d…
21 terms
Dante's Inferno, Mills
Dante
The Divine Comedy
Three divisions of The Divine Comedy
Hell has ______ concentric circles, sp…
Father of Italian Literature
Many consider this the supreme literary work of the Christian…
Inferno-Hell... Purgatorio-Purgatory... Paradiso-Paradise
10, with the punishments becoming more severe as they spiral…
Dante
Father of Italian Literature
The Divine Comedy
Many consider this the supreme literary work of the Christian…
17 terms
E221 World Lit I Exam 2 - Dante
What years did Dante live?
What is the impact of Dante's "Divine…
What is the meaning of "comedy" in thi…
What is the structure of Divine Comedy?
1265-1321 AD
It is the most complete expression of the medieval theology a…
-Misery to happiness. ... -Variety of stylistic convention- not…
1. Inferno.... 2. Purgatorio.... 3. Paradiso. ... -33 Cantos each (plu…
What years did Dante live?
1265-1321 AD
What is the impact of Dante's "Divine…
It is the most complete expression of the medieval theology a…
48 terms
Dante Terms
Beatrice
Contrapasso
Vernacular
Terza Rima
In love with Dante, although there was no known relationship…
Every sin/crime has an equal or opposite punishment.
Native language, common tongue of people. Inferno was written…
A rhyming verse stanza form that consists of an interlocking…
Beatrice
In love with Dante, although there was no known relationship…
Contrapasso
Every sin/crime has an equal or opposite punishment.
82 terms
Dante's Inferno
Dante
Virgil
Charon
Minos
the protagonist and narrator of The Inferno
the greatest and most famous poet of ancient Rome
A figure taken from Greek mythology, Charon is the ferryman w…
Minos was a judge in the underworld in Greek mythology and ha…
Dante
the protagonist and narrator of The Inferno
Virgil
the greatest and most famous poet of ancient Rome
36 terms
Dante Vocabulary Master List
Acedia
Charybdis
Liturgical
Malebranche
Listlessness; spiritual or mental sloth; apathy.
A sea monster from the Odyssey later rationalized to be a whi…
Of or relating to public religious worship.
Demons who guard Bolgia Five of the Eighth Circle.
Acedia
Listlessness; spiritual or mental sloth; apathy.
Charybdis
A sea monster from the Odyssey later rationalized to be a whi…
10 terms
Dante Vocab
atrificer
spendthrift
carnal
simoniac
skilled workers
blow money
sexual, physical
sin where position in the church are bought and sold
atrificer
skilled workers
spendthrift
blow money
Dante Test AP Lit
guelphs
ghibillenes
terza rima
purgatory
urban elite/artisans who supported the Pope; split into two g…
aristocrats who supported the emperor
meter of Inferno; aba bcb cdc.....
where Dante goes after Inferno
guelphs
urban elite/artisans who supported the Pope; split into two g…
ghibillenes
aristocrats who supported the emperor
11 terms
Dante's Purgatorio - Punishments
The Excommunicate
The Lethargic
The Unabsolved/Penitents of the Last H…
Negligent Rulers
they remain in Purgatory for thirty times the time they were…
they remain in Purgatory for the equivalent of their lifetime…
their friends and family must pray for their admission into a…
they pray continuously until they are admitted into Purgatory
The Excommunicate
they remain in Purgatory for thirty times the time they were…
The Lethargic
they remain in Purgatory for the equivalent of their lifetime…
27 terms
Dante's Inferno - Circles of Hell
Circle 1 = Limbo (Canto IV)
Circle 2 (Canto V)
Circle 3 (Canto VI)
Circle 4 (Canto VII)
Sinners: the Virtuous Heathen; the Unbaptized... Punishment: Lo…
Sinners: the Lustful... Punishment: They become bird like and a…
Sinners: the Gluttonous... Punishment: rained upon by foul wate…
Sinners: the Avaricious and the Prodigal... Punishment: They ro…
Circle 1 = Limbo (Canto IV)
Sinners: the Virtuous Heathen; the Unbaptized... Punishment: Lo…
Circle 2 (Canto V)
Sinners: the Lustful... Punishment: They become bird like and a…
13 terms
Dante's Inferno: Characters
Virgil
Dante
Beatrice
Filippo Argenti
Sent by Beatrice to be Dante's personal guide though the leve…
Dante is the main/real character/poet through which this epic…
She is based on a real love of Dante, in the story she is div…
A soul found in the 5th circle of Hell. AKA the soul that tri…
Virgil
Sent by Beatrice to be Dante's personal guide though the leve…
Dante
Dante is the main/real character/poet through which this epic…
57 terms
Brit Lit: Dante
Who was Dante Alighieri
When was Dante Born? Died?
major facts about Dante
when did Dante write the Divine Comedy
Author of "The Divine Comedy"... empty tomb dedicated to him
born: 1265; Florence, Italy; Roman Catholic... died: 1321; Raven…
Fell in love with Beatrice who died young (1290)... was a white…
During his exile
Who was Dante Alighieri
Author of "The Divine Comedy"... empty tomb dedicated to him
When was Dante Born? Died?
born: 1265; Florence, Italy; Roman Catholic... died: 1321; Raven…
48 terms
Dante Exam 2
Moon (color)
Mercury
Venus
Sun
Yellow
Dark pink/magenta
Purple
Burnt orange/dark orange
Moon (color)
Yellow
Mercury
Dark pink/magenta
136 terms
Dante Test
The Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso…
Dante firmly believed that the _______…
Dante especially valued the sense of _…
Inferno is _______
The Divine Comedies
senses
sight
allegorical (has hidden moral and or/political message)
The Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso…
The Divine Comedies
Dante firmly believed that the _______…
senses
13 terms
Dante
• Background: dantes life and work
• Style
o Epic
o Medieval literature
o Very popular in Italy... o Big in culture and history of Italy…
o Allegory... o Epic... o Medieval literature... o Originality
Heros quest for honor and renoun
Pagen literature... The bible... Courtly love
• Background: dantes life and work
o Very popular in Italy... o Big in culture and history of Italy…
• Style
o Allegory... o Epic... o Medieval literature... o Originality
63 terms
Dante's Inferno Test Review
Dante
Virgil
Beatrice
Angel at the Gates of Dis
PROTAGONIST... poet; travels through hell by the grace of his lo…
PROTAGONIST... symbolizes human reason; guides Dante through hell
PROTAGONIST... Dante's love; allows him to travel through hell.…
PROTAGONIST... divine messengers that help Dante enter circle
Dante
PROTAGONIST... poet; travels through hell by the grace of his lo…
Virgil
PROTAGONIST... symbolizes human reason; guides Dante through hell
18 terms
Dante's Inferno
Dante Alighieri
The Divine Comedy
Structure
Themes
• From Florence, Italy... • A patrician, noble class... • In 1920,…
• Considered to be the greatest epic poem in Italian literatu…
• Composed of three canticas... o Inferno -hell, compresed of 34…
• The piece is an allegory with multiple levels:... o Historical…
Dante Alighieri
• From Florence, Italy... • A patrician, noble class... • In 1920,…
The Divine Comedy
• Considered to be the greatest epic poem in Italian literatu…
34 terms
Dante's Inferno Exam
The Opportunists
Charon
Acheron
Circle 1: Limbo
these souls are eternally unclassified and race around pursue…
the ferryman of Hell who carries souls of the newly deceased…
known as the "river of woe" and was one of the five rivers of…
this circle holds virtuous pagans and unbaptized people who a…
The Opportunists
these souls are eternally unclassified and race around pursue…
Charon
the ferryman of Hell who carries souls of the newly deceased…
84 terms
Dante's Inferno (Lit Hum Second Semester)
poet Dante
pilgrim Dante
Virgil
Beatrice
Wanders through forest at the beginning, different from pilgr…
Goes on voyage with Virgil through Hell
Dante's guide through Hell
angel from heaven who initiated this journey, watches over Da…
poet Dante
Wanders through forest at the beginning, different from pilgr…
pilgrim Dante
Goes on voyage with Virgil through Hell
80 terms
Dante's Inferno CH19-34
How were the Simonacs punished?
Reasoning about Simonacs punishment?
where do the Simonacs get their name f…
Explain how Dante cleared his name whe…
buried upside down with their feet on fire
mockery of baptism (fire and water)... (head and feet)
Simon
A little boy fell in and while he was saving him, he broke th…
How were the Simonacs punished?
buried upside down with their feet on fire
Reasoning about Simonacs punishment?
mockery of baptism (fire and water)... (head and feet)
10 terms
Dante Vocab
suffice
unerring
unbounded
astray
to be enough or adequate
always right or accurate
Appearing to have no limits
away from the correct path or direction
suffice
to be enough or adequate
unerring
always right or accurate
19 terms
Dante
Allegory
Despicable
Dexterous
Arduous
A story, poem, or a picture that has a deeper/hidden meaning
Deserving hatred and contempt
Mentally adroit; clever
Involving or or requiring strenuous effort
Allegory
A story, poem, or a picture that has a deeper/hidden meaning
Despicable
Deserving hatred and contempt
Dante Vocabulary
Abyss (n)
Arduous (adj)
Avarice (n)
Brashness (n)
A deep, immeasurable space; chasm
Requiring great exertion; difficult or tiring
Insatiable greed for wealth
Aggressiveness
Abyss (n)
A deep, immeasurable space; chasm
Arduous (adj)
Requiring great exertion; difficult or tiring
10 terms
Dante's Inferno circles
vestibule
Circle 1
Circle 2
Circle 3
indifferent
Limbo
lustful
gluttonous
vestibule
indifferent
Circle 1
Limbo
25 terms
Dante's Paradisio
Mary
Beatrice
Justinian
Charles Martel
...
...
- addresses Dante with joy... - had conversion by Agapetus... - ded…
- of Anjou... - in with the amorous (those so filled with influe…
Mary
...
Beatrice
...
18 terms
Dante Words
alchemist
allegory
allusion
avarice
one who studies methods on turning metals into gold
a symbolic narrative
making a casual or indirect reference to something
insatiable greed for riches
alchemist
one who studies methods on turning metals into gold
allegory
a symbolic narrative
129 terms
Literature
Hamlet
The Tempest
Macbeth
Iliad
Shakespeare (H)
Shakespeare (T)
Shakespeare (M)
Homer
Hamlet
Shakespeare (H)
The Tempest
Shakespeare (T)
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