Off-topic: Dante editions

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Urdatorn
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Off-topic: Dante editions

Post by Urdatorn » Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:33 pm

I am on the lookout for the most useful Italian editions of Dante, preferably with good running footnotes, in Italian or English. No translation needed. Doesn't have to be in print.

(Italian is off-topic, I know, but this forum was the first that popped into my mind when it comes to language quandaries online, and I trust many Latinists appreciate Italian as well.)

Thanks,
Albin

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Re: Off-topic: Dante editions

Post by bedwere » Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:29 pm

When I was in high school, many of my schoolmates had the Natalino Sapegno edition. I liked it better than mine.

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