5 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday (117): Books I Read in 2015

    • Krysta says:

      Yes, Musa’s book has The Divine Comedy translated into iambic pentameter and also a translation of the Vita Nuova! I’m not sure if by companion book you wanted a guide to Dante, but I use Guy Raffa’s The Complete Danteworlds; it summarizes each each section and then explains most of the allusions. (Since Musa’s book is well footnoted, I find that the two work well together.)

      My new thing is to gift everyone Middlemarch as part of my secret strategy to make everyone love George Eliot. Thus far no one has reported even reading it, so I might need a new strategy.


  1. Jade @ Bedtime Bookworm says:

    I haven’t read any of these! The arrival sounds really interesting though, i added it to my TBR! 😀


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