Between Fortune and Providence: Astrology and the Universe in Dante’s Divine Comedy PB

Joseph Crane


Dante’s Divine Comedy is of great interest to modern astrologers. Although astrologers, along with diviners and magicians, were placed in Hell, Dante’s great poem is full of astrology. This book offers the reader an understanding of his vast cosmology within the poem’s moral, spiritual and dramatic contexts; it is an especially valuable resource for those interested in the intersection of cosmology or astrology and spirituality.

Weight 450 g