“Dante, Inferno 31: A Canto For the Boys?”
A Public Workshop and Seminar in connection with Zygmunt Baranski’s Graduate Course, “Dante’s World of Books”
Martin McLaughlin is Agnelli-Serena Professor of Italian at Oxford, and a Fellow of Magdalen College. He has published widely on Italian literature from the Middle Ages to the present, including Literary Imitation in the Italian Renaissance and Italo Calvino. He has co-edited and contributed to a number of volumes: Petrarch in Britain, Dante the Lyric and Ethical Poet, and The Pre-Raphaelites and Italy. He has also translated works by Italo Calvino – Why Read the Classics?, Hermit in Paris: Autobiographical Writings, The Complete Cosmicomics, Into the War – and Umberto Eco – On Literature.