The theme of Dante and governance (of the soul as well as of the state) is richly illuminated by this volume, while every essay in it either deepens our insight or provokes our thought, usually both. The book is a fine tribute to its dedicatee, the late Cecil Grayson. s
`Its essays are highly individual in content and approach, some attacking controversial topics, and they offer accounts of widely differing aspects of 'governance'. The collection's multiple interpretations of this theme, and Dante's thinking, make for a thought-provoking volume' Catherine Keen, Italian Studies, vol 54, 1999
About the Author
John Woodhouse is at University of Oxford.