Giovanni Boccaccio

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Noun1.Giovanni Boccaccio - Italian poet (born in France) (1313-1375)Giovanni Boccaccio - Italian poet (born in France) (1313-1375)
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(2) Ahi, se describe como Rabelais--a quien se equipara con Dante, Boccacio, Shakespeare y Cervantes--recogio la sabiduria popular del siglo XVI en toda su pureza y desprecio, para su fijacion escrita, los canones y reglas literarias que dictaba el Renacimiento.
Los setenta se caracterizan por el establecimiento de grandes barras y discotecas (como Boccacio y Bachelor) que sirven de lugares de encuentro para personas del mismo sexo en San Juan y la zona metropolitana de Puerto Rico ...
As the author says herself in the introduction of the volume, "I examine how Boccacio's narrators, translators, and readers establish the ethical questions about how we ought to live, and I ask readers to consider the implications of such choices.
She wrote to him: "Now somebody in Sweden has written in the same paper that this anecdote is not composed by you or an American at all, but is taken from Boccacio's Decameron" (1888).
Petrarch and Boccacio picked up the story of Pope Joan, claiming that Pope Leo IV (who died in 855 AD), or Pope Victor III (who died 1087 AD), was succeeded by one Pope Joan Anglicus.
Restituta, originally a martyr saint of Carthage and venerated in Naples, bears geo-political resonances on top of referring to restitution and points to Boccacio's Decameron V6, although V5 is the main source for the plot.