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Dante's influence on Seamus Heaney's poetry -generally analyzed from a religious, philosophical, and cultural perspective -has been widely acknowledged by critics and by Heaney himself. Heaney, though, was also fascinated with Dante's stylistic achievements and concern for themes such as land, politics and language. As a conscious innovator of his time, Dante developed the vernacular in literature, demonstrating that it was suitable for poetic expression. He created a universal idiom out of thedoi:10.24162/ei2015-6354 fatcat:hkcqqljpdfc4tddor4h5qapu3m