Giovanni Boccaccio

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Italian poet (born in France) (1313-1375)

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I guess you hain't got such an awful diff'rent opinion o' the mistress than I have," she bridled.
Everybody bridled up at this remark, as much as to say, 'I know you mean me.
Se inspira claramente en el mediometraje de Fellini "La tentazioni del Dottor Antonio", episodio de Boccacio 70 (De Sica, Fellini, Monicelli & Visconti, 1962).
En la obra de Macaya se da una apertura del espacio discursivo y se despliega un amplio y complejo juego intertextual y parodico, puesto que se nutre de una vasta polifonia: el texto linguistico (con el empleo del espanol, del frances, del ingles y del latin), el texto literario (con las citas de Shakespeare, Hesiodo, Virginia Woolf, Boccacio, Susana San Juan o Juan Rulfo, Eunice Odio, sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, La Eneida o Virgilio, entre otras, y que a la vez evocan la diversidad generica literaria; el texto mitologico griego y romano y otros muchos textos como el filmico, el musical, el pictorico, el fotografico, el periodistico, el cientifico y el tecnologico.
In practice, the picaresque genre seems in such instances to offer readers the opportunity to begin to penetrate the "moral psychology" of characters as they can also do, to some extent, when reading "elegiac stories" like Elegy of Lady Fiametta by Boccacio or The Letters of a Portuguese Nun by the Count of Gulleragues, and to an even greater extent in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, where the characters themselves frequently become even more preoccupied with self-examination.
Twain then averred that his "old & special friend" is also innocent, because even if the story had originated with Boccaccio, Boccaccio had no claim to ownership because artistic property inheres in "the teller's art" and Boccaccio's version was without artistic merit: "Now examine the story as it is told in Boccacio.
Petrarch and Boccacio picked up the story of Pope Joan, claiming that Pope Leo IV (who died in 855 AD), or Pope Victor III (who died 1087 AD), was succeeded by one Pope Joan Anglicus.
Este trabajo concerniente para algunos pensadores a la vita contemplativa se las ve desde una ponderacion distinta de la praxis, con la vita activa, lo que no evita llevarnos a indescifrables enigmas, como ha advertido el filosofo ruso Mijail Bajtin, quien a su vez ha distinguido peculiarmente la fuerza profetica de Rabelais, un creador de imagenes de lo multiple que junto a Dante, Boccacio, Shakespeare y el mismo Cervantes, ha recogido el porvenir en el campo donde se cultivan los suenos y donde, no obstante, prevalece una falta de comprension con respecto a la interpretacion de un evento, que rebase la generalizada vision logocentrica de la modernidad tardia.
Metamorfosi del mito classico da Boccacio a Marino, Pisa, Edizioni ets, 2012.
Eso narra la leyenda recuperada por Boccacio cuarenta anos despues de su muerte.
were infrequently collected, with Grass Rockfish intermittently collected throughout the study period and Boccacio (Sebastes paucispinis) observed irregularly in May and June.
In 2006, Al-Salam Boccacio 98 passenger-ferry, owned by Ismail, went down about 80 kilometres (50 miles) off the Egyptian coast during an overnight journey from Duba in Saudi Arabia to Safaga.
2) The poem is spoken by the dead queen herself, a not uncommon practice for verse epitaphs, but a first-person lament marked by genuine dramatic complexity, spoken by a public figure and thus exemplifying the "fall of princes" genre popularized by Boccacio and John Lydgate, makes this an unusual poem for its time and still a moving one in our own.
Frye goes on to mention Burton, Boccacio, Rabelais, Joyce, Montaigne, and several other figures who are later key anatomists.
A finales de la Edad Media, a las tradicionales virtudes modelicas de la nobleza femenina castellanas evidentes en toda la cronistica, se agregaron los ejemplos del Flos santorum y los modelos de influencia clasica a traves del conocimiento de autores del pre-humanismo italiano, en especial Boccacio (15).