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Dante: "The Central Man of All the World"
by Slattery, John T.


A Course of Lectures Delivered Before the Student Body
of the New York State College for Teachers,
Albany, 1919, 1920

BY

JOHN T. SLATTERY, Ph.D.

WITH A PREFACE BY
JOHN H. FINLEY, L.H.D.

New York
P. J. Kenedy & Sons

1920

COPYRIGHT, 1920,
BY P. J. KENEDY & SONS,
NEW YORK

Printed in U.S.A.
DEDICATION

THIS MODEST WORK OWES ITS
PUBLICATION TO THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF

PRESIDENT ABRAM R. BRUBACHER

AND

DEAN HARLAN H. HORNER

OF THE STATE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS, ALBANY, N.Y.

WHERE MANY PLEASANT HOURS WERE PASSED IN
DELIVERING THESE LECTURES. TO THESE FRIENDS
AND TO THE STUDENT-BODY OF THE COLLEGE THE
AUTHOR HAS THE HONOR OF DEDICATING THIS BOOK


Preface
Dante And His Time
Dante The Man
Dante's Inferno
Dante's Purgatorio
Dante's Paradiso
Personae

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