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    ATH, The First Four Editions of the Divine Comedy, Apr 23, 1859, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, A Free Translation, in Verse, of the "Inferno of Dante", Jul 9, 1859, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Trilogy; or, Dante's Three Visions. Inferno, Jul 9, 1859, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Divine Comedy. New Edition, Apr 6, 1861, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, History of the Life of Dante Alighieri, Jul 6, 1861, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Vita Nuova of Dante, Feb 8, 1862, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Early Italian Poets from Ciullo d'Alcamo to Dante Alighieri [1100 - 1200 - 1300], in the Original Metres, together with Dante's Vita Nuova, Feb 22, 1862, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Trilogy; or Dante's Three Visions. Part II. Purgatorio, Sep 20, 1862, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Dante's Divina Commedia. Inferno and Purgatorio, Apr 4, 1863, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Dante's Divina Commedia. The Inferno, Apr 4, 1863, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Dante's Divina Commedia. Paradiso, Mar 5, 1864, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Comedy of Dante Allighieri. Part I. The Hell, Apr 1, 1865, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Dante as Philosopher, Patriot, and Poet, Oct 28, 1865, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Inferno of Dante; translated by James Ford, Oct 28, 1865, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri, Feb 3, 1866, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Trilogy; or, Dante's Three Visions. Part III. Paradiso, Jun 23, 1866, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Sixth Centenary Festivals of Dante Allighieri in Florence and at Ravenna; by a Representative, Dec 8, 1866, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Prophet, Dec 15, 1866, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. Translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Inferno, May 18, 1867, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

    ATH, Italian Conversational Course, Jun 15, 1867, Henry Clark Barlow, Courtesy of the Athenaeum Project at CIty University, London. [review] (02/19)

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