Grenier speaks about his favorite writers, from Dante to Fitzgerald, as if they are his best friends.
A minute or two later, one of the other cops—Dante, I think—took the remote and changed back to the reality show.
And bona fide tour guides are increasingly besieged with questions about Dante.
Dante saw them coming into the building, and then Carlos called to say they were in the lobby, waiting for the elevator.
I pulled him out and Dante took him, and then I led out the second one to Brian.
He is still, as he was in Dante's time, the "master of those that know."
Dante seemed to pay no heed to the impatience or the disdain of his master.
As he wheeled round: Virgil and Dante have come to a halt upon the embankment.
Then I saw Dante raise his head, and his eyes flashed and his cheeks flushed.
Miss Monro was, perhaps, very wise in proposing the translation of a difficult part of Dante for a distraction to Ellinor.
masc. proper name, most modern uses outside Italy ultimately are in reference to Dante Alighieri (c.1265-1321), the great poet; the name is a shortening of Latin Durante, from durare "harden, endure" (see endure).
An Italian poet of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries; his full name was Dante Alighieri. Dante is remembered for his masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, an epic about hell, purgatory, and heaven. The Divine Comedy was written as a memorial to Beatrice, a woman whom Dante loved and who died at an early age.