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Interpreting Dan Brown's Inferno: Reading Between the Lines Kindle Edition

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Deborah Parker is Professor of Italian at the University of Virginia. She has been awarded grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, Villa I Tatti--the Harvard Center for Italian Studies, Folger Shakespeare Library--and numerous others. She is the General Editor of The World of Dante (www.worldofdante.org) and the blog A Hymn to Intellectual Beauty: Creative Minds and Fashion (http://creativemindsandfashion.com/).

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cristina V. on May 28, 2013
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An indispensable reading both for Dante and Dan Brown experts and fans, and an enlightening guide to the dense and difficult forest of symbols of the Divine Comedy. Deborah and Mark Parker's outstanding literary contribution will be extremely beneficial to millions of readers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jason on May 28, 2013
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The professors Parker have put together a wonderful resource for readers of Dan Brown's Inferno. Dr. Parker's website worldofdante.org was cited by Dan Brown in the acknowledgments to his book, so even Dan Brown relies on the authors of this book for his information on Dante--so should you. It is easy to read, helpful, and a great resource to understand some of the "secrets" of Dan Brown's Inferno.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JC from T.O. on May 26, 2013
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This was a great insight into Dante's Inferno. I've always wanted to read Dante's poem but found it difficult to understand, the Professors Parker have made it so easy & fun. I feel i can now read Dan Brown's book from a more informed point of view. I found this to be an excellent resource!! With their help I can now tackle Dante!!!
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By GM on September 10, 2013
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Dan Brown's latest work does not deserve a serious analysis or comparison to Dante's great work. This fills the bill; it is NOT a serious analysis, but rather a puff piece to infer there is some kind of profound connection between the flimsy plot and the notions in the classic work. Don't bother.
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By Nick C on July 15, 2013
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Not what it seems. The authors hadn't even read the book! I guess it was supposed to be a "preview" of their larger book based on the preview of Brown's book, but that was not made clear. On top of that, it was not that well written and did not make me want more. Overall, not a satisfying read even if it did only cost 99 cents.
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Just downloaded and finish reading the preview of this book. How insightful, wonderful resource for additional information while reading Inferno. It's like looking into the mind of Robert Langdon and how he interprets things. After reading the other reviews, I too have looked into the World of Dante site. Excellent site, full of information. Makes reading Dan Brown's book more of an interactive experience. Great duo read for book club. Looking forward to purchasing and reading the book.
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