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  1. The Decameron / Giovanni Boccaccio ; translated by G. H. McWilliam by Giovanni (1313-1375) Boccaccio, 1979-01-01
  2. Decameron / Giovanni Boccaccio ; the John Payne translation, revised and annotated by Charles S. Singleton [complete in two volumes with a 3rd supplementary volume of notes and commentary] by Giovanni (1313-1375) Boccaccio, 1982-01-01
  3. The Decameron or Ten days' Entertainment of Boccaccio by Giovanni (1313-1375) Boccaccio, 1926-01-01
  4. Stories of Boccaccio (The Decameron), tr. from the Italian into English, with eleven original etchings by Leopold Flameng by Giovanni (1313-1375) - Related names: Payne, John (1842-1916) tr; Fla Boccaccio, 1920
  5. The Decameron, Volume II by Giovanni, 1313-1375 Boccaccio, 2009-10-04
  6. Concerning famous women / translated with an introduction and notes, by Guido A.Guarino by Giovanni (1313-1375) Boccaccio, 1964-01-01
  7. Opere volgari di Giovanni Boccaccio, cor, su i testi a penna Volume 12-13 (Italian Edition) by Boccaccio Giovanni 1313-1375, Moutier Ignazio ed, 2010-10-14
  8. Opere volgari di Giovanni Boccaccio, cor, su i testi a penna Volume 16-17 (Italian Edition) by Boccaccio Giovanni 1313-1375, Moutier Ignazio ed, 2010-10-14
  9. Decameron Von Heinrich Steinhowel (German Edition) by Boccaccio Giovanni 1313-1375, 2010-10-14
  10. Le Philocope De Messire Iean Boccace Florentin: Contenant L'histoire De Fleury & Blanchefleur. (French Edition) by Boccaccio Giovanni 1313-1375, Sevin Adrien, 2010-10-15
  11. The Decameron or Ten Days Entertainment of Boccaccio (Giovanni, 1313-1375) by Boccaccio, 1905-01-01
  12. Tales from Boccaccio. by Boccaccio. Giovanni. 1313-1375., 1918-01-01
  13. Boccaccio 's Olympia. ed. with an English rendering. by Israel G by Boccaccio. Giovanni. 1313-1375., 1913-01-01
  14. Pearl : an English poem of the 14th century by Giovanni, 1313-1375 Boccaccio, 2009-10-26

1. Medieval Sourcebook Boccaccio The Decameron - Introduction
Medieval Sourcebook Boccaccio The Decameron Introduction The onset of the Black Death, was described by Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375).
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2. Renaissance Baroque Chronology, Details
13341336 Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375), Caccia di Diana ("Diana's Hunt"), first Italian hunting poem in terza rima.
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3. Giovanni Boccaccio, 1313-1375
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4. Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375)
Giovanni Boccaccio. Boccaccio wurde 1313 in Paris geboren.
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Boccaccio, Giovanni, 13131375. Filocolo. English.
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9. BOCCACCIO, Giovanni (1313-1375)., Insigne Opus De Claris
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12. Giovanni Boccaccio, 1313-1375
A brief biographical sketch of Giovanni Boccaccio (13131375)
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Giovanni Boccaccio, 1313-1375
The Italian poet, Giovanni Boccaccio was most probably born in Tuscany, the illegitimate son of a merchant of Certaldo, who launched him on a commercial career, during which he spent some time at Paris. As a young man, Boccaccio abandoned commerce and the study of canon law. At Naples he began to write stories in verse and prose, mingled in courtly society, and fell in love with the noble lady whom he made famous under the name of Fiammetta. Up to 1350 Boccaccio lived at Florence and at Naples, producing prose tales, pastorals, and poems. The Teseide is a version in ottava rima of the medieval romance of Palamon and Arcite, which was partly translated by Chaucer in the Knight's Tale , and is the subject of Fletcher's Two Noble Kinsmen . The Filostrato deals with the loves of Troilus and Cressida, also in great part translated by Chaucer. After 1350 Boccaccio became a diplomat entrusted with important public affairs, and a scholar devoted to the new learning. During this period, in which he formed a lasting friendship with Francesco Petrarch, Boccaccio, as Florentine ambassador, visited Rome, Ravenna, Avignon and Brandenburg. In 1358 he completed his great work, the

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Giovanni Boccaccio (born 1313 in Paris - December 21, 1375 in Florence) was the greatest of Petrarch's disciples and an important renaissance humanist in his own right. He was a great scholar of the classics, especially Tacitus and Livy. His own works included On Famous Women, the Decameron and the Tale of Filippa (which is a celebrated story within the Decameron). Boccaccio's characters are notable for their era in that they are realistic, spirited and clever individuals who are grounded in reality (In contradiction to the characters of his contemporaries, who were more concerned with the Medieval virtues of Chivalry, Piety and Humility). His greatest legacy is, however, his poems in the vernacular. In later life he turned to Christianity and repudiated many of his earlier works. His Decameron - named because its intent was to produce 10 stories by 10 travellers - was an important influence on Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales.

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15. Boccaccio (general Note)
Giovanni Boccaccio (13131375) Italian writer.(1313-1375) Italian writer. Giovanni Boccaccio is most famous for The Decameron (1353),which was first translated into English in 1620.
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Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375) Giovanni Boccaccio is, with the older Dante and the contemporary Francis Petrarch, one of the three great poets of the Italian fourteenth century. Chaucer knew the works of all three, and it has been speculated that he may even have met both Petrarch and Boccaccio (but see below). Of the three, Boccaccio was the one on whom Chaucer drew most heavily, and in some sense strove to emulate; Chaucer based Troilus on Boccaccio's Il Filostrato
and his Knight's Tale on Il Teseida , and Chaucer's elaborate high style owes something to Boccaccio's attempt to emulate the classics in his own vernacular. In his Monk's Tale Chaucer drew on Boccaccio's Latin works, his account of the falls of famous men and his book of illustrious women. A number of the Canterbury tales tell stories that also appear in Boccaccio's Decameron There is a slim possibility that Chaucer met Boccaccio, who was living in Certaldo, just south of Florence, in the 1370's when Chaucer was in Italy. Donald Howard, in his biography ( Chaucer: His Life, His Works, His World

16. Giovanni Boccaccio Books And Articles - Research Giovanni
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 13131375. Decamerone. 5 Conclusion. 79 Giovanni Boccaccio,Esposizioni sopra La Commedia Giotto, Cavalcanti, and
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Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313 1375 Appreciation England. 3. Boccaccio, Giovanni,13131375 Influence. 4 texts in Tutte le opere di Giovanni Boccaccio
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Decameron Web The Decameron Web is a hypertext archive of materials relating to the Decameron by Boccaccio, telling the tale of 10 young people who escape Florence in the 14th century during an outbreak of the Plague. The Web site contains a wealth of resources. The text of the Decameron has been encoded with SGML and is available in English and Italian; the English version is taken from J.M. Rigg's 1921 translation. There are facilities to search the text and a concordance of words used (Italian) is available as a series of Adobe PDF files. In addition to the text, there are short articles providing historical context, including a section on the Plague. This section features a selection of translated primary texts and contemporary views on the Plague, including a number of religious treatises. The Society section provides information on the social history of the period, including sections on medieval sex and sexuality and magic in the Decameron. The site also features a numbers of maps of areas mentioned in the text and a bibliography of relevant articles. The site makes use of HTML frames and Javascript, although a non-frames version is also available. To view the concordance files it is necessary to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. Religion Plague Medicine in Literature Italy ... History, Medieval

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Decameron Web The Decameron Web is a hypertext archive of materials relating to the Decameron by Boccaccio, telling the tale of 10 young people who escape Florence in the 14th century during an outbreak of the Plague. The Web site contains a wealth of resources. The text of the Decameron has been encoded with SGML and is available in English and Italian; the English version is taken from J.M. Rigg's 1921 translation. There are facilities to search the text and a concordance of words used (Italian) is available as a series of Adobe PDF files. In addition to the text, there are short articles providing historical context, including a section on the Plague. This section features a selection of translated primary texts and contemporary views on the Plague, including a number of religious treatises. The Society section provides information on the social history of the period, including sections on medieval sex and sexuality and magic in the Decameron. The site also features a numbers of maps of areas mentioned in the text and a bibliography of relevant articles. The site makes use of HTML frames and Javascript, although a non-frames version is also available. To view the concordance files it is necessary to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. Religion Plague Medicine in Literature Italy ... History, Medieval

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Biographical Information Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375), Italian writer, humanist, one of the founders of the Renaissance
born in Paris, son of an Italian (Florentine) businessman and a French woman
studied business but abandoned it eventually to pursue his literary interests
in 1350 Boccaccio met Francesco Petrarca (Petrarch) (1304-1374), one the most important figures in the beginnings of the Renaissance and Humanism
interest in classical antiquity
influence of Petrarch and Dante Main Works Decameron (1350-1353), collection of prose tales in Italian On the Genealogy of the Gods of the Gentiles De genealogia deorum gentilium ) (1350-1374), scholarly work on classical mythology and culture, written in Latin

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