This short conclusion briefly summarizes and synthesizes the overarching claims of the preceding chapters. It also reflects upon Dante’s ‘lyric redemption’ as an unrepeatable response to the tensions he inherited and upon the consequent place of Petrarch as the dominant ideological model for future lyric poets in the Italian tradition and beyond.
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