And this same love and adoration of Beatrice will be found the chief inspiration of the Divine Comedy.
Hunt, Leigh, his characterization of the "Divine Comedy," 70.
The Divine Comedy is his matchless monument to her who is the protagonist and muse of his poem and the love of his heart.
It is the Divine Comedy compressed within the limits of a piano-piece.
This sketch of his life and fortunes gives us the key to the solution of many peculiarities of the Divine Comedy.
What do we admire in the 'Divine Comedy' unless it be the great soul of Dante?
The poetry of the Divine Comedy belongs to nature; its superstition, intolerance, and fanaticism, to the thirteenth century.
With what perfection she played her part in the Divine Comedy of first love!
Dante died in 1321, soon after he had finished the Divine Comedy.
The professor was engaged upon a new translation of the “Divine Comedy.”