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Dante Alighieri wrote when he was poor Dante Alighieri wrote when he lost his loved ones Dante Alighieri wrote when he was exiled out of Florence Italy How could he do it Simple he was prepared for challenges independent he had a focus and always had a sense of higher purpose From the point in time when Dante Alighieri was growing up in a poor family to being exiled out of Florence he was still able to write some of his greatest works such as his epic poem The Divine Comedy Dante had a focus and was prepared by schooling and teaching himself His independence led him to being able to finish most of his work In his lifetime he had remarkable moments and some that were despised but his qualities both good and bad proved he was a hero in his own way Dante Alighieri was born on May 29 1265 in Florence Italy but this date is uncertain Dante and his family were people of lower nobility His mother died when he was a child and his father when he was eighteen One of his most profound events in his youth was meeting Beatrice Portinari a noble woman in the year of 1274 It really matters not who she was for he saw her infrequently and never spoke to her Nevertheless she became the focus of his love After her death she became his loved one She is a focal point in his works including La vitanuova The New Life and La divina commedia The Divine Comedy Dantes love for her was one of his greatest influences in his literary work but when she died he was devastated and depressed Even though he was in a state of depression he soon started to study philosophy and theology Dante then married a woman named Gemma Donati Together they had three or four children the amount is still unknown His interests started to change
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