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In the Late Middle Ages , most poetry was written in Latin , making it accessible only to the most educated readers. In De vulgari eloquentia On Eloquence in the Vernacular , however, Dante defended the use of the vernacular in literature. He would even write in the Tuscan dialect for works such as The New Life and the Divine Comedy ; this highly unorthodox choice set a precedent that important later Italian writers such as Petrarch and Boccaccio would follow. Dante was instrumental in establishing the literature of Italy , and his depictions of Hell , Purgatory and Heaven provided inspiration for the larger body of Western art.

In addition, the first use of the interlocking three-line rhyme scheme, or the terza rima , is attributed to him. He is described as the "father" of the Italian language, [8] and in Italy, he is often referred to as il Sommo Poeta "the Supreme Poet".

Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio are also called the tre corone "three crowns" of Italian literature. Dante was born in Florence , Republic of Florence , present-day Italy.

The exact date of his birth is unknown, although it is generally believed to be around This can be deduced from autobiographic allusions in the Divine Comedy.

Its first section, the Inferno , begins, "Nel mezzo del cammin di nostra vita" "Midway upon the journey of our life" , implying that Dante was around 35 years old, since the average lifespan according to the Bible Psalm , Vulgate is 70 years; and since his imaginary travel to the netherworld took place in , he was most probably born around In , the sun was in Gemini between approximately May 11 and June 11 Julian calendar. Giovanni Boccaccio described Dante's appearance and demeanor as follows: "the poet was of middle height, and in his later years he walked somewhat bent over, with a grave and gentle gait.

He was clad always in most seemly attire, such as befitted his ripe years. His face was long, his nose aquiline, and his eyes big rather than small.

His jaws were large, and his lower lip protruded. He had a brown complexion, his hair and beard were thick, black, and curly, and his countenance was always melancholy and thoughtful. Dante claimed that his family descended from the ancient Romans Inferno , XV, 76 , but the earliest relative he could mention by name was Cacciaguida degli Elisei Paradiso , XV, , born no earlier than about This suggests that Alighiero or his family may have enjoyed some protective prestige and status, although some suggest that the politically inactive Alighiero was of such low standing that he was not considered worth exiling.

Dante's family was loyal to the Guelphs, a political alliance that supported the Papacy and which was involved in complex opposition to the Ghibellines, who were backed by the Holy Roman Emperor.

The poet's mother was Bella, likely a member of the Abati family. It is uncertain whether he really married her, since widowers were socially limited in such matters, but this woman definitely bore him two children, Dante's half-brother Francesco and half-sister Tana Gaetana. When Dante was 12, he was promised in marriage to Gemma di Manetto Donati, daughter of Manetto Donati, member of the powerful Donati family.

But by this time Dante had fallen in love with another, Beatrice Portinari known also as Bice , whom he first met when he was only nine. Years after his marriage to Gemma he claims to have met Beatrice again; he wrote several sonnets to Beatrice but never mentioned Gemma in any of his poems.

The exact date of his marriage is not known: the only certain information is that, before his exile in , he had three children Pietro, Jacopo and Antonia. Dante fought with the Guelph cavalry at the Battle of Campaldino June 11, To take any part in public life, one had to enroll in one of the city's many commercial or artisan guilds, so Dante entered the Physicians' and Apothecaries' Guild. In the following years, his name is occasionally recorded as speaking or voting in the various councils of the republic.

A substantial portion of minutes from such meetings in the years — was lost, however, so the true extent of Dante's participation in the city's councils is uncertain. Gemma bore Dante several children. Although several others subsequently claimed to be his offspring, it is likely that only Jacopo , Pietro, Giovanni, and Antonia were his actual children.

Antonia later became a nun, taking the name Sister Beatrice. Not much is known about Dante's education; he presumably studied at home or in a chapter school attached to a church or monastery in Florence. It is known that he studied Tuscan poetry and that he admired the compositions of the Bolognese poet Guido Guinizelli —whom in Purgatorio XXVI he characterized as his "father"—at a time when the Sicilian school Scuola poetica Siciliana , a cultural group from Sicily , was becoming known in Tuscany.

Dante said he first met Beatrice Portinari , daughter of Folco Portinari , at age nine, and claimed to have fallen in love with her " at first sight ", apparently without even talking with her. Dante's experience of such love was typical, but his expression of it was unique. It was in the name of this love that Dante left his imprint on the dolce stil novo sweet new style, a term which Dante himself coined , and he would join other contemporary poets and writers in exploring never-before-emphasized aspects of love Amore.

Love for Beatrice as Petrarch would show for Laura somewhat differently would be his reason for poetry and for living, together with political passions. In many of his poems, she is depicted as semi-divine, watching over him constantly and providing spiritual instruction, sometimes harshly.

When Beatrice died in , Dante sought refuge in Latin literature. He then dedicated himself to philosophical studies at religious schools like the Dominican one in Santa Maria Novella. He took part in the disputes that the two principal mendicant orders Franciscan and Dominican publicly or indirectly held in Florence, the former explaining the doctrines of the mystics and of St.

Bonaventure , the latter expounding on the theories of St. Thomas Aquinas. Brunetto later received special mention in the Divine Comedy Inferno , XV, 28 for what he had taught Dante: Nor speaking less on that account I go With Ser Brunetto, and I ask who are his most known and most eminent companions. Other studies are reported, or deduced from Vita Nuova or the Comedy, regarding painting and music.

Dante, like most Florentines of his day, was embroiled in the Guelph—Ghibelline conflict. To further his political career, he became a pharmacist. He did not intend to practice as one, but a law issued in required nobles aspiring to public office to be enrolled in one of the Corporazioni delle Arti e dei Mestieri, so Dante obtained admission to the Apothecaries' Guild.

This profession was not inappropriate since at that time books were sold from apothecaries' shops. As a politician, he accomplished little but held various offices over some years in a city rife with political unrest. Although the split was along family lines at first, ideological differences arose based on opposing views of the papal role in Florentine affairs, with the Blacks supporting the Pope and the Whites wanting more freedom from Rome. The Whites took power first and expelled the Blacks.

But the city's government had treated the Pope's ambassadors badly a few weeks before, seeking independence from papal influence. It was believed that Charles had received other unofficial instructions, so the council sent a delegation to Rome to ascertain the Pope's intentions.

Dante was one of the delegates. Pope Boniface quickly dismissed the other delegates and asked Dante alone to remain in Rome. At the same time November 1, , Charles of Valois entered Florence with the Black Guelphs, who in the next six days destroyed much of the city and killed many of their enemies.

In March , Dante, a White Guelph by affiliation, along with the Gherardini family , was condemned to exile for two years and ordered to pay a large fine. Florence under the Black Guelphs therefore considered Dante an absconder.

He was condemned to perpetual exile; if he returned to Florence without paying the fine, he could have been burned at the stake. In June , nearly seven centuries after his death, the city council of Florence passed a motion rescinding Dante's sentence. He took part in several attempts by the White Guelphs to regain power, but these failed due to treachery. Dante, bitter at the treatment he received from his enemies, also grew disgusted with the infighting and ineffectiveness of his erstwhile allies and vowed to become a party of one.

Later he is supposed to have lived in Lucca with a woman called Gentucca, who made his stay comfortable and was later gratefully mentioned in Purgatorio , XXIV, Some speculative sources claim he visited Paris between and , and other sources even less trustworthy took him to Oxford : these claims, first occurring in Boccaccio 's book on Dante several decades after his death, seem inspired by readers who were impressed with the poet's wide learning and erudition.

Evidently, Dante's command of philosophy and his literary interests deepened in exile and when he was no longer busy with the day-to-day business of Florentine domestic politics, and this is evidenced in his prose writings in this period, but there is no real evidence that he ever left Italy.

Dante saw in him a new Charlemagne who would restore the office of the Holy Roman Emperor to its former glory and also retake Florence from the Black Guelphs. He wrote to Henry and several Italian princes, demanding that they destroy the Black Guelphs. Mixing religion and private concerns in his writings, he invoked the worst anger of God against his city and suggested several particular targets that were also his personal enemies.

At some point during his exile, he conceived of the Comedy , but the date is uncertain. The work is much more assured and on a larger scale than anything he had produced in Florence; it is likely he would have undertaken such a work only after he realized his political ambitions, which had been central to him up to his banishment, had been halted for some time, possibly forever.

It is also noticeable that Beatrice has returned to his imagination with renewed force and with a wider meaning than in the Vita Nuova ; in Convivio written c.

An early outside indication that the poem was underway is a notice by Francesco da Barberino, tucked into his Documenti d'Amore Lessons of Love , written probably in or early Speaking of Virgil, Francesco notes in appreciative words that Dante followed the Roman classic in a poem called "Comedy" and that the setting of this poem or part of it was the underworld; i.

It has been suggested that a knowledge of Dante's work also underlies some of the illuminations in Francesco da Barberino's earlier Officiolum [c. Paradiso seems to have been published posthumously.

In Florence, Baldo d'Aguglione pardoned most of the White Guelphs in exile and allowed them to return. In Henry assaulted Florence and defeated the Black Guelphs, but there is no evidence that Dante was involved.

Some say he refused to participate in the assault on his city by a foreigner; others suggest that he had become unpopular with the White Guelphs, too, and that any trace of his passage had carefully been removed. He returned to Verona, where Cangrande I della Scala allowed him to live in certain security and, presumably, in a fair degree of prosperity.

During the period of his exile Dante corresponded with Dominican theologian Fr. In , Florence was forced by Uguccione della Faggiuola the military officer controlling the town to grant an amnesty to those in exile, including Dante. But for this, Florence required public penance in addition to a heavy fine. Dante refused, preferring to remain in exile.

When Uguccione defeated Florence, Dante's death sentence was commuted to house arrest on condition that he go to Florence to swear he would never enter the town again. He refused to go, and his death sentence was confirmed and extended to his sons. He still hoped late in life that he might be invited back to Florence on honorable terms. For Dante, exile was nearly a form of death, stripping him of much of his identity and his heritage.

He addressed the pain of exile in Paradiso , XVII 55—60 , where Cacciaguida, his great-great-grandfather, warns him what to expect:. You are to know the bitter taste of others' bread, how salty it is, and know how hard a path it is for one who goes ascending and descending others' stairs …. As for the hope of returning to Florence, he describes it as if he had already accepted its impossibility in Paradiso , XXV, 1—9 :. If it ever comes to pass that the sacred poem to which both heaven and earth have set their hand so as to have made me lean for many years should overcome the cruelty that bars me from the fair sheepfold where I slept as a lamb, an enemy to the wolves that make war on it, with another voice now and other fleece I shall return a poet and at the font of my baptism take the laurel crown ….

He finished Paradiso and died in aged 56 while returning to Ravenna from a diplomatic mission to Venice, possibly of malaria contracted there. Bernardo Bembo, praetor of Venice , erected a tomb for him in On the grave, a verse of Bernardo Canaccio , a friend of Dante, is dedicated to Florence:. The first formal biography of Dante was the Vita di Dante also known as Trattatello in laude di Dante , written after by Giovanni Boccaccio. Florence eventually came to regret Dante's exile, and the city made repeated requests for the return of his remains.

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Dante Alighieri. Dante Alighieri was born in the city-state Florence in He first saw the woman, or rather the child, who was to become the poetic love of his life when he was almost nine years old and she was some months younger.

In fact, Beatrice married another man, Simone di' Bardi, and died when Dante was 25, so their relationship existed almost entirely in Dante's imagination, but she nonetheless plays an extremely important role in his poetry. Dante attributed all the heavenly virtues to her soul and imagined, in his masterpiece The Divine Comedy, that she was his guardian angel who alternately berated and encouraged him on his search for salvation.

Politics as well as love deeply influenced Dante's literary and emotional life. Renaissance Florence was a thriving, but not a peaceful city: different opposing factions continually struggled for dominance there.

The Guelfs and the Ghibellines were the two major factions, and in fact that division was important in all of Italy and other countries as well. The Pope and the Holy Roman Emperor were political rivals for much of this time period, and in general the Guelfs were in favor of the Pope, while the Ghibellines supported Imperial power.

By in the battle of Campaldino the Ghibellines largely disappeared from Florence. Peace, however, did not insue. The Whites were more opposed to Papal power than the Blacks, and tended to favor the emperor, so in fact the preoccupations of the White Guelfs were much like those of the defeated Ghibellines. In this divisive atmosphere Dante rose to a position of leadership. The Blacks exiled Dante, confiscating his goods and condemning him to be burned if he should return to Florence.

Dante never returned to Florence. He wandered from city to city, depending on noble patrons there. Between and some attempts were made by the exiled Whites to retrieve their position in Florence, but none of these succeeded and Dante contented himself with hoping for the appearance of a new powerful Holy Roman Emperor who would unite the country and banish strife.

Henry VII was elected Emperor in , and indeed laid seige to Florence in , but was defeated, and he died a year later, destroying Dante's hopes. Dante passed from court to court, writing passionate political and moral epistles and finishing his Divine Comedy, which contains the Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso. He finally died in Ravenna in Books by Dante Alighieri. Trivia About The Vita Nuova an No trivia or quizzes yet.

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