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Il Decameron

Author : Giovanni Boccaccio
ISBN : OXFORD:590095853
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The Decameron

Author : Giovanni Boccaccio
ISBN : UOM:39015004714617
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Boccaccio's classic tales of passion brought to the screen with all their lusty fervor intact.
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Il Decameron

Author : Giovanni Boccaccio
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The Decameron And The Canterbury Tales

Author : Leonard Michael Koff
ISBN : 0838638007
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"What was the influence of the Decameron on the genesis and shape of the Canterbury Tales? In this collection, leading scholars of Chaucer and Boccaccio offer original, provocative answers to this question in light of recurring critical resistance to the idea of the Decameron as a text for Chaucer. That resistance, informed by a model of literary influence grounded on the idea of interruption, would keep the Canterbury Tales away from the Decameron, though not the rest of Chaucer from other works by Boccaccio. In the end, of course, that resistance tells us more about Chaucer's reception since the fifteenth century than about Chaucer himself or his sources."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Boccaccio And The Book

Author : Rhiannon Daniels
ISBN : 9781351573405
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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As a new digital era increasingly impacts on the 'age of print', we are ever more conscious of the way in which information is packaged and received. The influence of the material form on the reading process was no less important during the gradual shift from manuscript to early print culture. Focusing on the physical structure and presentation of manuscripts and printed books containing texts by one of the most influential authors of the medieval period, Rhiannon Daniels traces the evolving social, cultural, and economic profile of Boccaccio's readership and the scribes and printers who laboured to reproduce three of his works: the Teseida , Decameron , and De mulieribus claris . Rhiannon Daniels is a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Italian at the University of Leeds.
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Il Decameron And Questions D Amour

Author : Aletha Heidi-Nicole Eyerman
ISBN : OCLC:56634077
Genre : Sex role in literature
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