The Decameron (Day 6 to Day 10)

Containing an hundred pleasant Novels

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'The Decameron' is a collection of short stories by the 14th-century Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio. The stories are told by a group of young men and women who seek refuge in a villa outside Florence to escape the Black Death. The tales explore a wide range of themes, from love and lust to wit and practical jokes, and offer valuable life lessons. The book is not only a literary masterpiece but also a vivid portrait of life during the author's time. Written in the Florentine language, it is widely regarded as a masterpiece of early Italian prose and has had a profound impact on literature, including inspiring Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.

Kirjailija(t):

Kääntäjä(t):

John Florio

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E-kirja

Sivua:

557

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Kielet:

englanti

Julkaistu:

6.12.2019

E-kirjan kustantaja:

Good Press

ISBN e-kirja:

4064066232986