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Evelina Loghin added it Aug 14, In Naples, Boccaccio began what he considered his true vocation of poetry.

However, upon Boccaccio’s death, his entire collection was given to the monastery of Santo Spirito, in Florencewhere it still resides. His father introduced him to the Neapolitan nobility and the French-influenced court of Robert the Wise the king of Naples in the s.

Dar niciuna nu e lipsita de candoare si de o anume puritate, care indulceste orice urma de trivialitate. The pastoral piece “Ninfale fiesolano” probably dates from this time, also. Alexa marked it as to-read Aug 22, The Early Humanist Reformation,Part 1, page See Consoli’s bibliography for an exhaustive listing.

Decameronul. Volumul 1 by Giovanni Boccaccio

Rosca Doina added it Sep 20, Mihai is currently reading it Dec 27, He persuaded his father to let him study law at the Studium [4] the present-day University of Napleswhere he studied canon law for the next six years. The city was hurt further in by the Black Deathwhich killed some three-quarters of the city’s population, later represented in the Decameron.


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Laurence King Publishing,p. He had left Naples due to tensions between the Angevin king and Florence.

The meeting between the two was extremely fruitful and they were friends from then on, Boccaccio calling Petrarch his teacher and magister. Adriana added it Mar 23, Giovanni Boccaccio at Wikipedia’s sister projects. Refresh and try again. Some such disappointment could explain why Boccaccio came suddenly to dcameronul in a bitter Corbaccio style, having previously written always in praise of women and love.

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It seems that Boccaccio enjoyed law no more than banking, but his studies allowed him the opportunity to study widely and make good contacts with fellow scholars.

Andreea Madalina is currently reading it Jun 14, At this time, he fell in love with a married daughter of the king, who is portrayed as ” Fiammetta ” in many of Boccaccio’s prose romances, including Il Filocolo Open Preview See a Problem?

Boccaccio may have been tutored by Giovanni Mazzuoli and received from him an early introduction to the works of Dante. Of his later works, the moralistic biographies gathered as De casibus virorum illustrium —74 and De mulieribus claris — were most significant. FromBoccaccio spent much time in Ravenna, seeking new patronage and, despite his claims, it is not certain whether he was present in plague-ravaged Florence. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.


Giovanni Boccaccio – Decameronul

Amalia Mican marked it as to-read Jan 08, He returned to work for the Florentine government inundertaking a mission to Pope Urban V. Although unsuccessful, the discussions between the two were instrumental in Boccaccio writing the Genealogia deorum gentilium ; the first decameronull was completed in and this remained one of the key reference works on classical mythology for over years.

The Concept of Woman: Claudia rated it it was amazing Nov 15, The revival of classical antiquity became a foundation of the Renaissance, and his defense of the importance of ancient literature was an essential requirement for its development. Italy portal Literature portal. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Elena Fanica marked it as to-read Feb 26, He wrote his imaginative literature mostly in the Italian vernacularboccacvio well as other works in Latin, and is particularly noted for his realistic dialogue which differed from that of his contemporaries, medieval writers who usually followed formulaic models for character and plot.

The elegy of Lady Fiammetta.

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He later returned to Certaldo. Boccaccio was an apprentice at the bank but boccadcio the banking profession. Aug 28, Chiriac Aioana rated it it was amazing.