- n. A male given name of Italian origin, presumably in honor of the poet.
- n. an Italian poet famous for writing the Divine Comedy that describes a journey through Hell and purgatory and paradise guided by Virgil and his idealized Beatrice (1265-1321)
“Pray publish the Dante and the _Pulci_ (the _Prophecy of Dante_, I mean).”
“Just yesterday as I was having my coffee I looked up and there on the TV was Pierce Brosnan in Dante's Peak, a volcano erupting in the middle of everyone's "normal" lives.”
“The passage comes from the last few lines of the Inferno, just as Dante is preparing to leave Hell.”
“He was a specialist in Dante, whom he loved supremely.”
“So when I made them notice, in Dante's language, that that was a fraud I got this answer: You should have immediately told us you were Italian.”
“As he demonstrated in his two Gremlins movies and Small Soldiers, Joe Dante is a master of that niche market, the horror movie for the whole family.”
“Since Dante is a compendium of the middle ages, bringing together its theology and philosophy as well as its poetry, liturgy and music, this was more that a well-turned phrase.”
“When did you first become interested in Dante Alighieri?”
“Now that Dante is a muscular demon-ass-kicker instead of a humbled poet, what other books could be ready for the first person shooter treatment?”
“Each one, like the souls in Dante, wearing cloaks and hoods of lead;”
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