Robert Hollander

Professor in European Literature, A Dante Scholar
  • 1979Spring
  • 1979Summer

Robert Hollander was Professor Emeritus in European Literature at Princeton University, receiving tenure in 1967 and retiring 36 years later in 2003. Best known for his work on Dante, Hollander wrote Allegory in Dante's Commedia, Boccaccio's Two Venuses, Studies in Dante, Dante's Epistle to Cangrande, and a volume of poetry, Walking on Dante. He is a prolific writer who has written 15 monographs and translations, ten books, and hundreds of articles. Hollander directs the Dante Project at two schools, Princeton and Dartmouth.  

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