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Zanier, E. Remonato, A. (2018). Dante Alighieri’s Dreams In The Divine Comedy And A Medical Narrative Review. IJP Open, 5:49.

(2018). IJP Open, 5:49

Dante Alighieri’s Dreams In The Divine Comedy And A Medical Narrative Review

Emiliano Zanier and Alessandro Remonato

Dante is one of the major authors of Italian literature. His literary production not only influenced Italian culture, but also culture, cinematography and medicine worldwide. The first part of this article analyzed Dante’s dreams, from a psychological point of view, as described in The Divine Comedy; whereas the second part of the article, being a narrative review of medical literature indexed on PUBMED, focused on Dante’s literary work from a clinical point of view. This review examines the articles indexed by PubMed which analyzed and studied Dante’s literary work from a clinical and medical point of view. Therefore, the areas particularly studied are the following: clinic, pain, cardiology, infectivology, psychiatry, neuropsychology, neurology and musculoskeletal disorders.

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