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    It is content to assert that this or that aspect of its subject is 'significant' an endlessly used word , without being disposed, or able, to explain how such significance is to be understood. To be told that 'Hazlitt's contribution is especially significant because it represents the first significant appreciation of Dante by a Romantic critic' is not to be told very much.

    Dante and the Romantics

    Cary's Vision is, of course, an important topic, and work has already been done on those features of it that influenced Romantic conceptions of Dante. Cary Miltonises the Commedia, by means of specific borrowings as well as general stylistic imitation. He homogenises as he elevates, narrowing the original's tonal range and rendering its language 'somewhat less offensive' to English readers and less 'hard and uncouth'. Where he can he tones down Catholic elements, and he reduces Dante's high valuation of femaleness.

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