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Syllabification: Dan·te
Pronunciation: /ˈdänˌtā, ˈdanˌtā, ˈdantē
( 1265–1321), Italian poet; full name Dante Alighieri. He wrote The Divine Comedy (circa 1309–20), an epic poem that describes his spiritual journey through Hell and Purgatory and finally to Paradise. His love for Beatrice Portinari is described in Vita nuova (circa 1290–94).

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