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Professor JAMES FINN COTTER 1986 Lecture on Dante's Divine Comedy Framed POSTER

Professor JAMES FINN COTTER 1986 Lecture on Dante's Divine Comedy Framed POSTER

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 OFFERING a FRAMED POSTER FOR A 1986 JAMES FINN COTTER LECTURE ON DANTE

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DATED TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1986

 

It’s impossible to spend time with James Finn (Francis) Cotter without sensing
that one is in the presence of an exceptional person.

Like a millennial Renaissance man, Cotter has navigated his life with his
senses fully engaged, and his mind open to intellectual,
natural and spiritual influences.

Cotter is a scholarly gem, and has been an invaluable resource at Mount Saint
Mary College in Newburgh New York since 1963.

He’s taught in or chaired the Divisions of Humanities, Arts and Letters, and
Religious Studies and Philosophy over the course of his 47 years at the college.

As scholar, poet, author, critic, professor, philosopher, translator, mentor, seminarian,
world traveler, father, husband, and grandfather -- Cotter’s many roles converge
in a life and person full of substance and achievement.

It’s clear why, for many years, Mount students have felt themselves
lucky to study under his tutelage.

What is Cotter like? In manner and mien, he’s gentlemanly, dignified and tweedy.

It’s obvious how and why he inspires respect and admiration in his students,
perhaps tinged with a wee streak of healthy fear.

He has a charming, engaging smile that reveals a wealth of Irish charm.

He’s wry and witty; perceptive and vastly intellectual, and meticulous with his words.

His memory is astounding.

If he seems a bit impatient at times, it’s probably because he’s usually several leaps
ahead in the conversation.

COTTER'S TRANSLATION OF DANTE'S DIVINE COMEDY WAS PUBLISHED IN 1987:
"a translation free of rhyme...'I believed that translating without the need to rhyme allowed more
of Dante’s original meaning to resonate,' said Cotter"

 

COTTER WROTE AND PUBLISHED POEMS and CRITICAL ESSAYS INTO THE 1980's
and THEN BECAME A PERFORMING ARTS REVIEWER FOR
NEW YORK AND CONNECTICUT NEWSPAPERS

 

THIS ORIGINAL POSTER HAS A BRUSHED SILVERTONE FRAME WITH MAT
and ARCHIVAL LOW GLARE GLASS

THIS BEAUTIFULLY FRAMED POSTER IS A NICE MEMENTO OF THIS
VERY FAMOUS and SCHOLARLY GENTLEMAN

GUESS ON SIZE about 18" x 12" (not in front of me...sorry)

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