New York : Parabola Books, c1989.
xviii, 206 p.; 26 cm
Richly illustrated with black and white reproductions of paintings inspired by Dantes masterpiece, Luke explores each of Dantes poetic images, ending with the "white rose," the final emblem of joy and regeneration.
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