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Il Decamerone Free download Í 105 Florence la brigade se réfugie dans une campagne où tout semble être idylliue tel un Éden terrestre Boccace nous dépeint un lieu ui semble complètement hors du temps et de la réalité et u'il décrit comme un « paradis terrestre » avec de nombreux détails comme en témoignent les lignes suivantes « Ce lieu était situé sur une montagnette de tous côtés à l'écart de nos routes en haut de la colline s'élevait un palais il y avait de petits prés alentour des jardins merveilleux des puits aux eaux très fraîches » Introduction à la Première journée On constate ue la Nature est omniprésente dans le récit et occupe une place fondamentale pour les personnages ; il est fait mention d'« oiseaux chanteurs épars sur les vertes ramures » d'« herbes mouillées de rosée » d'une « vaste plaine sur la rosée des. The Decameron is a set of one hundred stories told to each other by a group of ten people seven women and three men over ten days All these stories exist within one story which is about this group of people who come together in Florence during an outbreak of the plague and how they react to it which is by going off into the surrounding countryside and recreating a kind of temporary Eden outside the ravages of the times Beyond that there are the author s intentions and his defence of his work which are a further frame to the whole work Boccaccio sees stories as a form of education in this case to teach his reader which he largely assumed to be women since references to potential male readers are rare about love Love is a vague word in English you can love to have tea with your chips you might love your dog or the colour yellow on a bedroom door None of those feature in the Decameron love here is of the sexual or occasionally of the romantic kindThe new society of the ten people is based on affinity and trust They live in common although apparently using the estates of other people and they benefit from the labour of servants so this is socially exclusive unlike The Canterbury Tales in which people come from a mix of social backgrounds The new society is time bound and intended from the first like reading itself to be a temporary respite from events They have a monarch to rule each day but each of the ten in turn gets one day to rule One of the advantages of taking part in a group read like our one of the Decameron is benefiting from the contributions that all the other readers make ReemK10 pointed out that that there is a wealth of meaning in the character names and in the complex of numbers three men and seven women the importance of ten and so on but as a reader all of that largely passed me over The only character who really stood out for me was Dioneo and not because he was Dionysian but because he got to tell the last story of everyday This at last was a reference point everything else was in flux for me I felt at one moment that Panfilo was an author stand in but that moment passed and life returned to normal In other words the Decameron has intricate foundations but they don t interfere with the appearance of the building For the reader there are simply one hundred stories divided into ten days set in a framing narrative with some linking text The stories give an impression of the world view of leisured middle to upper class urban people socially below the nobility but of high enough status and wealth to be able to look down on people who are overly concerned with business of mid fourteenth century north Italy The geographical scope ranges over the entire Mediterranean with a couple of stories set in France and England England is as exotic here as Saladin a fantasy destination where dreams can become true there are no stories set in China or other far eastern locations despite The Travels of Marco Polo The Merchant of Prato gives an idea of just how natural and everyday that geographical scope was to those involved in commerce in Italy at that time The stories are set throughout history some in antiuity others in the recent past many are roughly contemporary to Boccaccio s time Boccaccio may not have invented any of the stories Many are recognisable retellings and some will in turn be retold by Chaucer in The Canterbury Tales others like the horrible Griselda story seem to have been widely known at the time and pop up in a variety of sources as a role model for a good woman see for instance Le Menagier de ParisIn The Canterbury Tales Chaucer reuses and adapts a few stories from Decameron and takes Boccaccio s idea of a framing narrative however he makes an important change Chaucer s storytellers cover a fairly broad social spectrum view spoileralbeit with a southern English bias hide spoiler Red Notice: A True Story of High Finance, Murder, and One Man's Fight for Justice y avait de petits prés alentour des jardins merveilleux des puits aux eaux très fraîches » Introduction à la Première journée On constate ue la Nature est omniprésente dans le récit et occupe une place fondamentale pour les personnages ; il est fait mention d'« oiseaux chanteurs épars sur les vertes ramures » d'« herbes mouillées de rosée » d'une « vaste plaine sur la rosée des. The Decameron is a set of one hundred stories told to each other by a group of ten people seven women and three men over ten days All these stories exist within one story which is about this group of people who come together in Florence during an outbreak of the plague and how they react to it which is by going off into the surrounding countryside and recreating a kind of temporary Eden outside the ravages of the times Beyond that there are the author s intentions and his defence of his work which are a further frame to the whole work Boccaccio sees stories as a form of education in this case to teach his reader which he largely assumed to be women since references to potential male readers are rare about love Love is a vague word in English Night of Knives you can love to have tea with Kestrel Hart Brothers #3 your chips One More Round Gamer Boy #2 you might love Five Rivers Met On a Wooded Plain your dog or the colour The Violet Hour The Celtic Vampyre Saga #05 yellow on a bedroom door None of those feature in the Decameron love here is of the sexual or occasionally of the romantic kindThe new society of the ten people is based on affinity and trust They live in common although apparently using the estates of other people and they benefit from the labour of servants so this is socially exclusive unlike The Canterbury Tales in which people come from a mix of social backgrounds The new society is time bound and intended from the first like reading itself to be a temporary respite from events They have a monarch to rule each day but each of the ten in turn gets one day to rule One of the advantages of taking part in a group read like our one of the Decameron is benefiting from the contributions that all the other readers make ReemK10 pointed out that that there is a wealth of meaning in the character names and in the complex of numbers three men and seven women the importance of ten and so on but as a reader all of that largely passed me over The only character who really stood out for me was Dioneo and not because he was Dionysian but because he got to tell the last story of everyday This at last was a reference point everything else was in flux for me I felt at one moment that Panfilo was an author stand in but that moment passed and life returned to normal In other words the Decameron has intricate foundations but they don t interfere with the appearance of the building For the reader there are simply one hundred stories divided into ten days set in a framing narrative with some linking text The stories give an impression of the world view of leisured middle to upper class urban people socially below the nobility but of high enough status and wealth to be able to look down on people who are overly concerned with business of mid fourteenth century north Italy The geographical scope ranges over the entire Mediterranean with a couple of stories set in France and England England is as exotic here as Saladin a fantasy destination where dreams can become true there are no stories set in China or other far eastern locations despite The Travels of Marco Polo The Merchant of Prato gives an idea of just how natural and everyday that geographical scope was to those involved in commerce in Italy at that time The stories are set throughout history some in antiuity others in the recent past many are roughly contemporary to Boccaccio s time Boccaccio may not have invented any of the stories Many are recognisable retellings and some will in turn be retold by Chaucer in The Canterbury Tales others like the horrible Griselda story seem to have been widely known at the time and pop up in a variety of sources as a role model for a good woman see for instance Le Menagier de ParisIn The Canterbury Tales Chaucer reuses and adapts a few stories from Decameron and takes Boccaccio s idea of a framing narrative however he makes an important change Chaucer s storytellers cover a fairly broad social spectrum view spoileralbeit with a southern English bias hide spoiler

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Il Decamerone Free download Í 105 Afin de fuir l'épidémie de peste noire ui ravage la ville de Florence en 1348 dix jeunes gens se réunissent sept femmes la plus âgée se prénommant Pampinée la deuxième Flammette ensuite Philomène Émilie Laurette Neiphile et enfin Elissa et trois hommes Pamphile Philostrate et Dionée ces noms seraient inventés par l'auteur afin de protéger les personnages d'éventuelles critiues à la suite de leur fuite ue des jeunes femmes et hommes vivent ensemble sans parents ni chaperons n'était pas accepté Mais la peste ui subvertit toute la réalité et toute la vie permet ce ui autrefois était intolérable De même l'auteur ne traite pas ses personnages dans leur psychologie profonde mais se contente de mettre en scène des protagonistes types le curé l'amoureuse désespérée le mari trompé etc Alors u'elle s'échappe de. After a couple of years two attempts and two different editions I have finally finished this book The first great literary accomplishment of 2016All I can say is that the history of humanity lies on every page of this book Virtues and defects that have illuminated and darkened human existence were elouently expressed by Boccaccio s brilliant pen that concocted with mastery and otherworldly wit one hundred tales told by seven young ladies and three young men who to contextualize this fine collection fled the magnificent city of Florence a place I adore and with which I have a bond that goes beyond the origin of my name and ancestry trying to escape from the Black Death These stories are mostly about the connections between intelligence and fortune and how the sort of picaresue characters manage to achieve success Often involving eroticism Boccaccio must have been the EL James of his time but you know with writing skills these tales accentuate the distance from medieval ideals focusing on the actual human beingAnyway I started reading this collection in 2013 and failed miserably Statistics06252013 marked as currently reading09222013 page 590 640%01022014 marked as will i ever finish it12102015 marked as started reading from page 1 clandestinely12202015 marked as currently reading officially02132016 marked as finishedBut as you see this year I made it It ended up being a rather special read for me since I happen to have a photo of a loyal companion sitting by my side a devoted witness of my struggle with his beautiful amber eyes on me which I can only visualize now view spoilerHey he s not dead He s just not with me any hide spoiler Nee Naw Real Life Dispatches From Ambulance Control years two attempts and two different editions I have finally finished this book The first great literary accomplishment of 2016All I can say is that the history of humanity lies on every page of this book Virtues and defects that have illuminated and darkened human existence were elouently expressed by Boccaccio s brilliant pen that concocted with mastery and otherworldly wit one hundred tales told by seven Hide and Seek young ladies and three A Mothers Duty young men who to contextualize this fine collection fled the magnificent city of Florence a place I adore and with which I have a bond that goes beyond the origin of my name and ancestry trying to escape from the Black Death These stories are mostly about the connections between intelligence and fortune and how the sort of picaresue characters manage to achieve success Often involving eroticism Boccaccio must have been the EL James of his time but Disney Tangled you know with writing skills these tales accentuate the distance from medieval ideals focusing on the actual human beingAnyway I started reading this collection in 2013 and failed miserably Statistics06252013 marked as currently reading09222013 page 590 640%01022014 marked as will i ever finish it12102015 marked as started reading from page 1 clandestinely12202015 marked as currently reading officially02132016 marked as finishedBut as The Soprano you see this Empire Made Me An Englishman Adrift in Shanghai year I made it It ended up being a rather special read for me since I happen to have a photo of a loyal companion sitting by my side a devoted witness of my struggle with his beautiful amber eyes on me which I can only visualize now view spoilerHey he s not dead He s just not with me any hide spoiler

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Il Decamerone Free download Í 105 Herbes » ainsi ue d'une « guirlande de laurier » dans « le délectable jardin » introductions à la Deuxième journée et à la Cinuième journée Chaue jour nouveau débute par un lever de soleil poétiue et coloré « L'aurore déjà de vermeille u'elle était à l'apparition du soleil devenait orangée » ou encore « tout l'orient blanchissait » introductions à la Troisième journée et à la Cinuième journée On voit en cette nature un univers protecteur où chacun peut trouver le repos de l'âme Cet univers paisible forme un contraste prononcé avec l'atmosphère infectieuse de la ville contaminée par les épidémies La précision des descriptions ui en sont faites dans certains passages rapproche le Décaméron du traité médical « la propriété de la maladie en uestion fut de se transformer en taches noires ou. Preface to the Second EditionTranslator s IntroductionSelect Bibliography The Decameron NotesMapsIndex to StoriesIndex to Translator s Introduction and Notes