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It served as an extended defense for the studies of ancient literature and thought. Retrieved 4 December In Octoberhe was delegated to greet Francesco Petrarch as he entered Florence and also to have Petrarch as a guest at Boccaccio’s home, during his stay.

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Giovanni Boccaccio – Decameronul

His mother died shortly afterward possibly, as she was unknown — see above. Dragos C Butuzea rated it really liked it Mar 02, Thanks for telling us about the problem.

He met Petrarch only once again in Padua in See Consoli’s bibliography for an exhaustive listing. To ask other readers questions about Decameronul.

Giovanni Boccaccio

The details of Boccaccio’s birth are uncertain. Upon hearing of the death of Petrarch 19 JulyBoccaccio wrote a commemorative poem, including it in his collection of lyric poems, the Rime. Giovanni Boccaccio births deaths People from Certaldo Italian Renaissance humanists Italian Renaissance writers Italian male poets Italian Roman Catholics Late Middle Ages Medieval Italian diplomats Medieval Italian writers Medieval Latin poets 14th-century people of the Republic of Florence 14th-century historians 14th-century Italian poets 14th-century Italian writers 14th-century Latin writers 14th-century diplomats Deaths from edema.


Refresh and try again. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bocaccio also was due to disappointments in love. The elegy of Lady Fiammetta. Thus, he challenged the arguments bpccaccio clerical intellectuals who wanted to limit access to classical sources to prevent any moral harm to Decameronnul readers. Petrarch at that time encouraged Boccaccio to study classical Greek and Latin literature.

Constienti ca boala nu se va opri la portile orasului si ca nici nu va boccacco in functie de statut social, tinerii nu-si fac sperante ca vor supravietui, dar se retrag intr-un palat inconjurat de verdeata, ca sa nu mai vada moa He also pursued his interest in scientific and literary studies. He did not undertake further missions for Florence untiland traveled to Naples and then on to Padua and Venicewhere he met up with Petrarch in grand style at Palazzo MolinaPetrarch’s residence as well as the bkccaccio of Petrarch’s library.

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It diminished the influence of the nobility and the wealthier merchant classes and assisted in the relative decline of Florence. It was Boccaccio’s final effort in literature and one of his last works in Italian; the only other substantial work was Corbaccio dated to either or Books by Giovanni Boccaccio.



Boccaccio’s change in writing style in the s was due in part to meeting with Petrarch, but it was mostly due to poor health and a premature boccaccil of his physical strength. There is a persistent but unsupported tale that he repudiated his earlier works as profane inincluding The Decameron. The Early Humanist Reformation,Part 1, page Infollowing a meeting with Pope Innocent VI and further meetings with Petrarch, it is probable decamerpnul Boccaccio took some kind of religious mantle.

However, upon Boccaccio’s death, his entire collection was given to the monastery of Santo Spirito, in Florencewhere it still resides.

Decameronul. Volumul 1 by Giovanni Boccaccio

It is probable that the structures of many of the tales date from earlier in his career, but the choice of a hundred tales and the frame-story lieta brigata of three men and seven women dates from this decameronuul.

His father died in and Boccaccio was forced into a more active role as head of the family. His first official mission was to Romagna in late Inhis father was appointed head of a bank and moved with his family to Naples. Volumul 1please sign up.