الديكاميرون- الجزء الثانى

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  1. Giovanni Boccaccio عبد الله عبد العاطي النجار عصام السيد

    Giovanni Boccaccio 1313 21 December 1375 was an Italian author and poet, a friend and correspondent of Petrarch, and an important Renaissance humanist in his own right and author of a number of notable works including the Decameron, On Famous Women, and his poetry in the Italian vernacular Boccaccio is particularly notable for his dialogue, of which it has been said that it surpasses in verisimilitude that of just about all of his contemporaries, since they were medieval writers and often followed formulaic models for character and plot.

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  1. Saint Catherine of Alexandria Carlo Crivelli 1435 1495 Look at that Petrarca sticking up beside a rouge pot do the idiots pretend that the heavenly Laura was a painted harridan And Boccaccio, now do you mean to say, Madonna Romola you who are fit to be a model for a wise Saint Catherine of Egypt do you mean to say you have never read the stories of the immortal Messer Giovanni There are some things in them I do not want ever to forget , said Romola but you must confess, Piero that a great many o [...]


  2. Toda vez que me proponho a ler um livro bem conhecido, um verdadeiro cl ssico, tento, com algum esfor o e xito, separar no meu esp rito aquilo que sobre a obra chegou a mim ao longo da minha vida, seja por iniciativa de terceiros, seja por pesquisa minha, daquele conjunto de impress es que decorrem da pr pria leitura.Com O Decamer o n o poderia ser diferente Na verdade, cham lo de cl ssico at um under statement, j que cl ssicos s o, hoje, por exemplo, Machado de Assis, E a de Queir s, Walter Sco [...]


  3. Il Decamerone mi piaciuto sin dalla prima lettura Possiede una notevole modernit Innanzitutto, un opera fondamentalmente laica , il che non pregio da sottovalutare In secondo luogo, le figure femminili hanno una certa valenza e incisivit , ulteriore merito da considerare La struttura letteraria solida e ben organizzata La materia varia, bench predomini il tema amoroso Nell insieme , dunque, un testo molto armonioso Qualche inciampo pu derivare dal linguaggio, che , ovviamente, quello del tempo i [...]


  4. Che ribelle il nostro Boccaccio, alcune di queste storie fanno scandalo persino oggi Ma e veramente un libro che mira allo svegliare la gente attraverso la satira proprio come facciamo oggi con programmi come striscia la notizia e altri programmi televisivi che denuciano la corruzzione della politica italiana.



  5. Sebbene il linguaggio possa sembrare difficile, all interno si possono trovare esilaranti scritti che non ti aspetti da uomini di quel tempo da grandi si apprezza di pi


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