The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio

 
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About the Author:

Guido Waldman, Senior Editor, Collins Harvill. Jonathan Usher, Lecturer in the Department of Italian, University of Edinburgh.

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'This new translation of The Decameron is especially valuable for the manner in which it accurately imitates the divergent tones and structures of Boccaccio's prose. Boccaccio's art is an exercise in brinkmanship which leads characters and readers alike into a turmoil of moral and social disorder only to retrieve them within his formal literary structure at the end. In common with the main text, this introduction will prove very useful both to the general reader and to the student unable to read in the Italian.' Christopher C. Stevens. Italian Studies, XLIX, 1994

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Giovanni Boccaccio
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ISBN 10: 0559389523 ISBN 13: 9780559389528
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