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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1375: Death of Giovanni Boccaccio, Italian poet and author who wrote The Decameron.
Likewise, the behaviour of Lisabetta, the protagonist of Giovanni Boccaccio's tale, can be better understood through a datum which seems to have escaped the notice of the dozens of studies that examine this tale, not least of which is Il testo moltiplicato, the 1982 collection of five different readings of this single text, carried out with different methodologies.
Based off of "The Decameron" by Giovanni Boccaccio, the film follows a gardener, played by Dave Franco, who works at a covenant.
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Only one copy is known of the mid-15th-century Middle English translation of Giovanni Boccaccio's Latin prose work on famous women, and the last edition of it was published in 1924, says Cowen, without the benefit of many modern references on Middle English.
Giovanni Boccaccio, The Decameron, translated by Wayne A Rebhorn, W.W.
Giovanni Boccaccio: intermediary between culture Classical and European Renaissance culture
The play is loosely based on Giovanni Boccaccio's Decameron, a narrative originally made up of ten characters and some one hundred tales first published in the fourteenth century upon the arrival of the plague in Italy.
By chance, according to Dante's original biographer Giovanni Boccaccio (the author of The Decameron), these were the same cantos which the writer's sons could not at first find after his death and whose hiding place was revealed to one of them by Dante in a dream.
John, an office temp, photographer and university teaching assistant of philosophy, has more than enough on his post-traumatic, hyperactive mind, without something as absurd as this weighing down on him, not to mention that he is haunted—well, annoyed more than anything—by either the spirits or imaginary spirits of Giovanni Boccaccio, Francois Rabelais and a she-devil named Sabrina.
His editions (e.g., Ipoeti del dolce stil nuovo; Giovanni Boccaccio, Opere Minori in volgare) are indispensable research tools.