El Decamerón

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El Decamerón es un libro constituido por cien cuentos, algunos de ellos novelas cortas, terminado por Giovanni Boccaccio en 1351, alrededor de tres temas: el amor, la inteligencia humana y la fortuna.
Para engarzar estas cien historias, Boccaccio estableció un marco de referencia narrativo. La obra comienza con una descripción de la peste bubónica (la epidemia de peste negra que golpeó a Florencia en 1348), lo que da motivo a que un grupo de diez jóvenes, siete mujeres y tres ...
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Overview

El Decamerón es un libro constituido por cien cuentos, algunos de ellos novelas cortas, terminado por Giovanni Boccaccio en 1351, alrededor de tres temas: el amor, la inteligencia humana y la fortuna.
Para engarzar estas cien historias, Boccaccio estableció un marco de referencia narrativo. La obra comienza con una descripción de la peste bubónica (la epidemia de peste negra que golpeó a Florencia en 1348), lo que da motivo a que un grupo de diez jóvenes, siete mujeres y tres hombres que huyen de la plaga, se refugien en una villa en las afueras de Florencia.
Con el fin de entretenerse, cada miembro del grupo cuenta una historia por cada una de las diez noches que pasan en la villa, lo que da nombre en griego al libro. Además, cada uno de los diez personajes se nombra jefe del grupo cada uno de los diez días alternadamente. Cada día, a excepción del primero y noveno en que los cuentos son de tema libre, uno de los jóvenes es nombrado rey y decide el tema sobre el que versarán los cuentos.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781468068894
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 12/12/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Pages: 238
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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Giovanni Boccaccio (1313 - 21 de diciembre de 1375), fue un escritor y humanista italiano. Es uno de los padres, junto con Dante y Petrarca, de la literatura en italiano. Compuso también varias obras en latín. Es recordado sobre todo como autor del Decamerón.
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