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Le tre cantiche inì un unico audiolibro, precedute da riassunti e seguiti da note storiche esplicative del testo.

Please note: This audiobook is in Italian.

Public Domain (P)2010 Gli Ascoltalibri

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Cecchini brings new life to an old master

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes - without hesitation.

What other book might you compare La Divina Commedia [The Divine Comedy] to and why?

The Divine Comedy is fascinating for many reasons. Linguistically it is an early form of Italian and very close to Latin. This great epic, in fact, was strongly influenced by the great Latin poet Virgil and his Roman epic, the Aeneid.

Which scene was your favorite?

The Inferno, with Virgil as Dante's guide, is impressive and had a significant influence on Christian and European culture.

Any additional comments?

Silvia Cecchini's narration is the clearest and most pleasant of all the many readings of this musical masterpiece.

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  • Silvia Wittwer Malisano
  • 08-11-21

Fantastic Story

Loved the descriprive parts before the original text readings. It helped understand the historical context and figures. In a way it could have been an account of a dream, or vision, it's so fantastic. Interesting also to read the hierarchical levels of the sins.