Giovanni Boccaccio: The Elegy of Madonna Fiammetta Sent by Her to Women in Love
Giovanni Boccaccio: The Elegy of Madonna Fiammetta Sent by Her to Women in Love
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"The Elegy of Madonna Fiammetta" is narrated by a woman who recounts her love affair with a young man she calls Panfilo and his betrayal of her. Medieval works depict courtly love as a disease suffered by upper-class men; the "Elegy" depicts the process of falling in love from the woman's point of view. It is important both in its own right as a literary work and because of its authorial feminism; Boccaccio makes us appreciate both the folly of the narrator and the treachery of Panfilo and (by…
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  • Metai: 19930301
  • Puslapiai: 149
  • ISBN-10: 0820418374
  • ISBN-13: 9780820418377
  • Formatas: 15.6 x 23.6 x 1.5 cm, kieti viršeliai
  • Kalba: Anglų

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"The Elegy of Madonna Fiammetta" is narrated by a woman who recounts her love affair with a young man she calls Panfilo and his betrayal of her. Medieval works depict courtly love as a disease suffered by upper-class men; the "Elegy" depicts the process of falling in love from the woman's point of view. It is important both in its own right as a literary work and because of its authorial feminism; Boccaccio makes us appreciate both the folly of the narrator and the treachery of Panfilo and (by extension) of all men. In addition, it is a precursor of the psychological and epistolary novels and is of importance in the history of prose fiction.
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"The Elegy of Madonna Fiammetta" is narrated by a woman who recounts her love affair with a young man she calls Panfilo and his betrayal of her. Medieval works depict courtly love as a disease suffered by upper-class men; the "Elegy" depicts the process of falling in love from the woman's point of view. It is important both in its own right as a literary work and because of its authorial feminism; Boccaccio makes us appreciate both the folly of the narrator and the treachery of Panfilo and (by extension) of all men. In addition, it is a precursor of the psychological and epistolary novels and is of importance in the history of prose fiction.

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