Dante in the world, Florence on the Isar

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The Lectura Dantis of the Italian Cultural Institute of Munich | Courier TV

Between literature and art, the Italian Cultural Institute in Munich explores the city’s links with Dante and Florence. What does the capital of Tuscany represent for the history of Monaco? How much did Dante’s poetic production influence the development of German literary production? These and other questions will be answered by Andreas Schumacher, internal teacher for the Alte Pinakothek in Munich, responsible for Italian painting until the end of the 18th century, and Florian Mehltretter, professor of Italian literature, director of the Institute of Italian Philology. At the opening of the video, the reading of Canto XXVI of Hell by the German actor Klaus B. Wolf.


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