Download e-book for iPad: Dante: Monarchy (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political by Dante,Prue Shaw

By Dante,Prue Shaw

This booklet, first released in 1996, was once the 1st new translation for 40 years of a desirable paintings of political idea. Dante's Monarchy addresses the basic query of what type of political association most nearly fits human nature; it embodies a political imaginative and prescient of startling originality and gear, and illuminates the highbrow pursuits and achievements of 1 of the world's nice poets. Prue Shaw's translation is observed through an entire advent and notes, which offer an entire advisor to the textual content, and which position Monarchy within the context of Dante's existence and work.

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