Storytelling as Plague Prevention in Medieval and Early Modern Italy:The Decameron Tradition(Routledge Studies in Medieval Literature and Culture)

中世纪与现代早期意大利讲故事的疫病预防方式:《十日谈》的传统

东欧文学

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2017年12月19日
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9781409406419
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150
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234x156mm
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英文
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Through close readings of five Italian collections of novellas written over a 500-year period, Martin Marafioti explores the literary tradition of storytelling, and particularly its efficacy as a prophylactic tool following traumatic visitations from the plague. The texts examined include Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decameron, which provides the framework for later authors; Franco Sacchetti’s Trecento Novelle; Giovanni Sercambi’s Novelliere; Celio Malespini’s Duecento Novelle; and Francesco Argelati’s Decamerone.
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