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Boccaccio, Giovanni 1313-1375

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Works: 6,790 works in 19,742 publications in 18 languages and 139,749 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  History  Frame stories  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Biography  Poetry  Allegories  Juvenile works  Periodicals  Illustrated works 
Roles: Author, Bibliographic antecedent, Other, Honoree, Creator, Editor, Translator, Contributor, Dubious author, Author of introduction, Artist, Singer, Composer, Lyricist, Redactor, Commentator, Dedicatee, ala, Illustrator, Conceptor, Librettist, cnm
Classifications: PQ4272.E5, 853.1
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Publications about Giovanni Boccaccio
Publications by Giovanni Boccaccio
Publications by Giovanni Boccaccio, published posthumously.
Most widely held works about Giovanni Boccaccio
 
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Most widely held works by Giovanni Boccaccio
The corbaccio by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
90 editions published between 1487 and 2010 in 7 languages and held by 1,323 libraries worldwide
The decameron : a new translation : 21 novelle, contemporary reactions, modern criticism by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
17 editions published in 1977 in 4 languages and held by 1,090 libraries worldwide
A new translation of the fourteenth-century tales recounted by young citizens of Florence who have fled the city to escape the plague
Amorous Fiammetta by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
191 editions published between 1472 and 2012 in 11 languages and held by 1,083 libraries worldwide
Une jeune femme mariée de la noblesse napolitaine tombe soudainement amoureuse d'un jeune noble florentin de passage à Naples. Les deux amants se donnent comme surnoms Pamphile et Fiammetta, qui signifie petite flamme. Séparés pour des raisons familiales, Fiammetta apprend que son amant s'est marié. Boccace (1313-1375) a sans doute transposé ici les affres de sa propre liaison tumultueuse
Famous women by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
16 editions published between 2001 and 2003 in English and Multiple languages and held by 1,041 libraries worldwide
Famous Women, which Boccaccio continued to revise and expand until the end of his life, became one of the most popular works in the last age of the manuscript book, and had a signal influence on many literary works, including Chaucer's Canterbury Tales and Castiglione's Courtier. This edition presents the first English translation based on the autograph manuscript of the Latin."--Jacket
The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
41 editions published between 1900 and 1940 in 4 languages and held by 1,024 libraries worldwide
Il filostrato by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
84 editions published between 1414 and 2011 in 5 languages and held by 904 libraries worldwide
The book of Theseus = Teseida delle nozze d'Emilia by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
81 editions published between 1430 and 2015 in 6 languages and held by 881 libraries worldwide
"The identification of the autograph Aut (ms. Laurenziano Acquisti e Doni 325) of the Teseida in the 1920s provided the authentic version of Boccaccio's poem and his till then unknown commentary of more than 1300 glosses. The manuscript was not without problems, which challenged the three 20th century editors: S. Battaglia (1938), A. Roncaglia (1941), and A. Limentani (1964). While Boccaccio himself had retraced some fading and water-staining, a later hand substantially--and often inaccurately--retraced text in the poem and, in particular, the glosses. Since Aut was the only known copy of the Teseida with Boccaccio's extended commentary, the editors were largely unable to correct any inexact or missing text in the glosses. Infra-red and ultra-violet photography, however, have resolved these problems: Boccaccio's original readings have been identified and more than a hundred examples of incorrectly over-traced text have been restored. The edition has also benefitted from the editors' recent work on the Teseida manuscripts, first of all from the identification of NO (Napoli, Biblioteca Statale Oratoriana dei Girolamini, Cod. CF.2.8), a mid-15th century manuscript containing 1100 glosses, as a copy of a lost beta autograph of the Teseida. Besides providing an improved text of the poem and glosses, the new edition publishes the three paratexts that Boccaccio used to adorn Aut, but which the previous editions omitted. These are the paraphs, the drawing-spaces, and the under-dotting for elision. The edition also includes reproductions of all the 35 drawings from NO, which are being published for the first time. In sum, it presents a version of the Teseida that is much more accurate than the earlier versions and that promises to be an important research tool for 21st century scholars and scholarship"--
Concerning famous women by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
14 editions published between 1963 and 1987 in English and held by 876 libraries worldwide
Short biographical sketches of 104 women of mythology, history and fantasy, written over 600 years ago, now translated into English
The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
52 editions published between 1969 and 1995 in 7 languages and held by 864 libraries worldwide
One hundred tales told in ten days by seven ladies and three young men
The fates of illustrious men by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
159 editions published between 1474 and 1992 in 9 languages and held by 855 libraries worldwide
Partial leaf from a mid-15th century copy of Laurent de Premerfait's second translation of Boccaccio's De casibus virorum illustrium, from the chapter on Theseus (10.1-17), beginning with the rubric Le Xe chappitre contient le cas de Theseus, roy dathenes, Et commence ou latin Athene. Written in lettre bâtarde by a single hand in France, possibly Paris, in 2 columns, bottom of the leaf missing, 48 lines extant out of approximately 60, frame-ruled in lead. Decorated on the recto with an unfinished (outlines and touches of color) 26-line miniature depicting the suicide of Phaedra in the larger upper section and Theseus in exile in Cyprus in the smaller lower section; a border of flowers, acanthus leaves, and gold ivy leaves above the left column and an unfinished (gold leaves only) border on the left side of the left column; and a 5-line initial in pink on gold ground
The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
28 editions published between 1955 and 1964 in 10 languages and held by 841 libraries worldwide
Boccaccio on poetry; being the preface and the fourteenth and fifteenth books of Boccaccio's Genealogia deorum gentilium in an English version with introductory essay and commentary by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
20 editions published between 1930 and 1978 in English and Undetermined and held by 813 libraries worldwide
The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
20 editions published between 1995 and 2003 in 5 languages and held by 689 libraries worldwide
Set against the backdrop of the fourteenth-century Black Death, an anthology of one hundred interlinked tales presents a variety of works recounted by the citizens of Florence--nobles, knights, abbots, nuns, doctors, philosophers, students, peasants, pilgrims, thieves, and others--who have fled the city to escape the plague
Boccaccio's Expositions on Dante's Comedy by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 169 libraries worldwide
"In the fall of 1373, the city of Florence commissioned Giovanni Boccaccio to give lectures on Dante for the general population. These lectures, undeniably the most learned of all the early commentaries, came to be known as the Expositions on Dante's Divine Comedy. Though interrupted at Inferno XVII, they provide profound, near-contemporary interpretations of Dante's poem and contain, in many ways, some of the most beautiful aspects of Boccaccio's admirable literary production: narrative vignettes worthy of the best pages of the Decameron, insights on the rapidly changing approach to literary commentary, and a heartfelt belief that poetry is the most faithful guardian of history, philosophy, and theology." "Michael Papio's excellent translation finally makes the entirety of Boccaccio's often overlooked masterpiece accessible to a wider public and supplies a wealth of information in the introduction and notes that will prove useful to specialists and general readers alike."--Jacket
An excellent ballad of a noble marquiss and patient Grissel. To the tune of, The bride's good-morrow, & c by Thomas Deloney( Book )
37 editions published between 1701 and 2005 in English and held by 57 libraries worldwide
Nimfale fiesolano nel quale si contiene l'innamoramento di Affrico e Mensola by Giovanni Boccaccio( Book )
24 editions published between 1778 and 1827 in 4 languages and held by 46 libraries worldwide
The true and admirable history of the Marquis of Salus, and patient Grissel by Marquis of Saluzzo GUALTIERI( file )
27 editions published between 1745 and 2005 in English and held by 46 libraries worldwide
Boccaccio's two Venuses by Robert Hollander( Book )
1 edition published in 1977 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
The life of Giovanni Boccaccio by Thomas Caldecot Chubb( Book )
1 edition published in 1930 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Five masters : a study in the mutations of the novel by Joseph Wood Krutch( Book )
1 edition published in 1931 in Undetermined and held by 1 library worldwide
 
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B., G. 1313-1375
Baccaccio, Giovanni
Baccacius, Johannes
Baccacius, Johannes 1313-1375
Beauccace, Jean, 1313-1375
Bocacci, Giovanni 1313-1375
Bocaccio, Giovanni
Bocaccio, Giovanni 1313-1375
Bocaccius de Cercaldis, Johannes
Bocaccius de Cercaldis, Johannes 1313-1375
Bocaccius, Joannes
Bocaccius, Joannes 1313-1375
Bocaccius, Johannes 1313-1375
Bocace, ...
Bocace 1313-1375
Bocace Florentin 1313-1375
Bocace, Iean 1313-1375
Bocace, Iehan
Bocace, Iehan 1313-1375
Bocace, Jean
Bocace Jean 1313-1375
Bocace, Jean, 1313/14-1375
Bocace , Jehan
Bocace Jehan 1313-1375
Bocace, John
Bocace, John 1313-1375
Bocaci, Giovanni 1313-1375
Bocacio, J. 1313-1375
Bocacio, J., 1313/14-1375
Bocácio, João
Bocaçio, Johan
Bocaçio, Johan 1313-1375
Bocacio, Juan
Bocacio Juan 1313-1375
Bocacius de Certaldo, Johannes
Bocacius de Certaldo, Johannes 1313-1375
Bocacius, Joannes
Bocacius Joannes 1313-1375
Bocacius, Johannes 1313-1375
Bocacius, Johannis
Bocacius Johannis 1313-1375
Bocasse, Jehan
Bocasse Jehan 1313-1375
Bocatio da Certaldo, Joanni
Bocatio da Certaldo, Joanni 1313-1375
Bocatius 1313-1375
Bocatius, ..., 1313/14-1375
Bocatius de Certaldo, Joannes
Bocatius de Certaldo, Joannes 1313-1375
Bocatius, Ioannes
Bocatius, Ioannes 1313-1375
Bocatius, Joannes.
Bocatius Joannes 1313-1375
Bocatius, Joannes, 1313/14-1375
Bocatius, Johanis
Bocatius, Johanis 1313-1375
Bocatius, Johannes
Bocatius, Johannes 1313-1375
Bocatius, Johannes aus Florenz
Bocatius, Johannes aus Florenz 1313-1375
Bocatius, Johannes Cerdaldensis 1313-1375
Bocatius, Johannis
Bocatius, Johannis 1313-1375
Bocaz 1313-1375
Boccacci.
Boccacci, Giovani 1313-1375
Boccacci , Giovanni
Boccacci Giovanni 1313-1375
Boccacci, Giovanni, 1313/14-1375
Boccacci, Johan 1313-1375
Boccaccio.
Boccaccio 1313-1375
Boccaccio, 1313/14-1375
Boccaccio da Certaldo, Giovanni 1313-1375
Boccaccio, G.
Boccaccio, G. 1313-1375
Boccaccio, Gio.
Boccaccio, Gio, 1313-1375
Boccaccio, Giouanni 1313-1375
Boccaccio, Giovan
Boccaccio Giovan 1313-1375
Boccaccio, Giovanni
Boccaccio Giovanni 1313-1375
Boccaccio, Giovanni di.
Boccaccio, Giovanni di 1313-1375
Boccaccio, Giovanni di, 1313/14-1375
Boccaccio, Ioannis 1313-1375
Boccaccio, Joan.
Boccaccio, Joan 1313-1375
Boccaccio, João
Boccaccio João 1313-1375
Boccaccio, Johannes.
Boccaccio, Johannes 1313-1375
Boccaccio, John 1313-1375
Boccaccio, Juan 1313-1375
Boccaccius Certaldus, Joannes
Boccaccius Certaldus, Joannes 1313-1375
Boccaccius de Certaldo, Johannes
Boccaccius de Certaldo, Johannes 1313-1375
Boccaccius, Joannes 1313-1375
Boccaccius, Johannes
Boccaccius, Johannes 1313-1375
Boccace.
Boccace 1313-1375
Boccace, 1313/14-1375
Boccace de Certald Jehan 1313-1375
Boccace écrivain italien
Boccace, Giovanni
Boccace Giovanni 1313-1375
Boccace, Iean 1313-1375
Boccace, Iehan 1313-1375
Boccace , Jean
Boccace Jean 1313-1375
Boccace, Jehan
Boccace Jehan 1313-1375
Boccaci, Giovanni
Boccaci Giovanni 1313-1375
Boccaci, Johan 1313-1375
Boccacio, Giovanne 1313-1375
Boccacio, Giovanni.
Boccacio, Giovanni 1313-1375
Boccacio, Joannes 1313-1375
Boccacio, Johannes
Boccacio, Johannes 1313-1375
Boccacio, Juan 1313-1375
Boccacius de Certaldo, Johann 1313-1375
Boccacius, Ioannes 1313-1375
Boccacius, Joannes
Boccacius Joannes 1313-1375
Boccacius, Johannes
Boccacius, Johannes 1313-1375
Boccacy, Johannes 1313-1375
Boccage, Jean 1313-1375
Boccarius, Johannes
Boccarius, Johannes 1313-1375
Boccatii, Ioannis
Boccatio da Certaldo, Johannes 1313-1375
Boccatio, Joannes 1313-1375
Boccatio, Joanni
Boccatio Joanni 1313-1375
Boccatius de Certaldo, Joannes
Boccatius de Certaldo, Joannes 1313-1375
Boccatius de Cetaldo, Ioannes
Boccatius de Cetaldo, Ioannes 1313-1375
Boccatius, Ioannes
Boccatius, Ioannes 1313-1375
Boccatius, Joannes
Boccatius Joannes 1313-1375
Boccatius, Joannes, 1313/14-1375
Boccatius, Johannes
Boccatius, Johannes 1313-1375
Boccatius von Certaldo, Joannes 1313-1375
Boccatius von Certaldus, Joannes
Boccatius von Certaldus, Joannes 1313-1375
Boccatus, Ioannes 1313-1375
Boccaz 1313-1375
Boccazo, Johannes 1313-1375
Bocchaccio, Giovanni
Bocchaccio Giovanni 1313-1375
Bocchacio, Joanne
Bocchacio Joanne 1313-1375
Bochaccio, Giovanni
Bochaccio Giovanni 1313-1375
Bochacius, Johannes
Bochacius Johannes 1313-1375
Bochas, John
Bochas, John 1313-1375
Bocoaci da Certaldo, Johannes 1313-1375
Bokachʻchʻo, Jiovanni
Bokachʻchʻo, Jiovanni 1313-1375
Bokacheo, Jiovanni
Bokacheo, Jiovanni 1313-1375
Bokachʿio, Jiovanni
Bokachʻio, Jiovanni 1313-1375
Bokačio, Džiovani 1313-1375
Bokačo
Bokačo, Dčovanni 1313-1375
Bokačo, Đovani
Bokačo, Đovani 1313-1375
Bokačo, Džovani 1313-1375
Bokačo, Džovanni 1313-1375
Bokačo, Džovanni, 1313/14-1375
Bokkāccō
Bokkāccō 1313-1375
Bokkaččo, Džiovanni 1313-1375
Bokkaččo, Džovanni.
Bokkaččʹo, Džʹovanni 1313-1375
Bokkachcho, Dzhovani 1313-1375
Bokkachchʹo, Dzhʹovanni
Bokkachchʹo, Dzhʹovanni 1313-1375
Bokkachcho, Zhovanni
Bokkachio, Dzhiovanni
Bokkachio, Dzhiovanni 1313-1375
Bokkačio.
Bokkačio 1313-1375
Bokkačìo, Dž.
Bokkačio, Džiovanni.
Bokkacyusz, Jan.
bokkatjtjo, Dzjovanni
Bokkatjtjo, Dzjovanni 1313-1375
Bokkatxtxo, Djovanni 1313-1375
Bujiaqiu 1313-1375
Bujiaqiu, 1313/14-1375
Cercaldis, Johannes B. de 1313-1375
Cercaldis, Johannes Bocaccius de
Cercaldis, Johannes Bocaccius de 1313-1375
Certaldo, Joannes B. de 1313-1375
Certaldo, Joannes Bocatius de
Certaldo, Joannes Bocatius de 1313-1375
Certaldo, Joannes Bocatius de, 1313/14-1375
Certaldo, Joannes Boccatius de
Certaldo, Joannes Boccatius de 1313-1375
Certaldo, Joannes Boccatius de, 1313/14-1375
Certaldo, Joanni B. de
Certaldo, Joanni B. de 1313-1375
Certaldo, Johannes B. de 1313-1375
Certaldo, Johannes Bocacius de
Certaldo, Johannes Bocacius de 1313-1375
Certaldo, Johannes Bocacius de, 1313/14-1375
Certaldo, Johannes Boccaccius de
Certaldo, Johannes Boccaccius de 1313-1375
Certaldo, Johannes Boccaccius de, 1313/14-1375
Certaldus, Joannes B. 1313-1375
Certaldus, Joannes B. von 1313-1375
Certaldus, Joannes Boccaccius
Certaldus, Joannes Boccaccius 1313-1375
Certaldus, Joannes Boccatius von
Certaldus, Joannes Boccatius von 1313-1375
Cetaldo, Ioannes Boccatius de
Cetaldo, Ioannes Boccatius de 1313-1375
Covanni Bokkacco
Di Boccaccio aus Certaldo, Giovanni 1313-1375
Di Boccaccio, Giovanni.
Di Boccaccio, Giovanni 1313-1375
Di Bochaccio, Giovanni
Di Bochaccio Giovanni 1313-1375
Džiovanis Bokačas
Džovanni Bokačo
Giovanni
Giovanni Boccaccio
Giovanni Boccaccio 1313-1375
Giovanni Boccaccio escritor y humanista italiano
Giovanni Boccaccio Italiaans schrijver
Giovanni Boccaccio Italian author and poet
Giovanni Boccaccio italienischer Schriftsteller, Demokrat, Dichter und bedeutender Vertreter des Humanismus
Giovanni Boccaccio italiensk författare, poet och diplomat
Giovanni Boccaccio italiensk skribent, poet og diplomat
Giovanni Boccaccio italský spisovatel
Giovanni Boccaccio olasz író, költő, humanista
Giovanni Boccaccio Prozator, poet dhe kritik letrar italian
Giovanni Boccaccio scrittore e poeta italiano
Giovanni Boccaccio włoski pisarz
Giovanni di Boccaccio 1313-1375
Giovanni Giovanni 1313-1375
Giuvanni Boccacciu
Iohannes Boccacius
Iohannes, de Certaldo, 1313/14-1375
Joannes Boccatius
Johannes
Johannes Boccaccius
Johannes Boccacius 1313-1375
Johannes Boccarius 1313-1375
Johannes Boccatius 1313-1375
Johannes, de Certaldo, 1313/14-1375
Vocacio, Juan
Vocacio, Juan 1313-1375
Βοκάκιος Ιταλός ποιητής και συγγραφέας, σημαντικός Ανθρωπιστής της Αναγέννησης
Бокаччо, Джованни 1313-1375
Бокаччьо, Джованни 1313-1375
Боккачио Д. 1313-1375
Боккачио, Джованни 1313-1375
Боккаччио, Джиованни 1313-1375
Боккаччо, Дж
Боккаччо, Дж 1313-1375
Боккаччо, Джованни
Боккаччо, Джованни 1313-1375
Боккаччо, Жованни
Джаваньні Бакачча
Джавані Бакача
Джовани Бокачо
Джованни Бокаччо
Джованни Боккаччо итальянский писатель и поэт
Джованні Бокаччо
Джованні Боккаччо
Ђовани Бокачо
Џовани Бокачо
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באקאטשא, דזשעאוואני
באקאטשא, דזשעאוואני 1313־1375
באקאטשא, זשאווני
באקאטשיא
באקאטשיא 1313-1375
באקאטשיא, ג'ובני 1313-1375
באקאטשיא, ד.
באקאשטיא
באקאשטיא 1313־1975
באקקאטשא, זשאוואני
בוקאצ׳ו, ג׳ובאני
בוקאצ'ו, ג'ובאני
בוקצ'ו, ג'ובני 1313-1375
בוקצ'ו, זשאוואני
ג'ובאני בוקאצ'ו
بوکاچیو
جووانی بوکاچیو نویسنده، شاعر، و دیپلمات ایتالیایی
جيوفاني بوكاتشيو
جيوفاني بوكاشيو، 1313-1375
জিওভান্নি বোক্কাচ্চো
ਜਿਓਵਾਨੀ ਬੋਕਾਸੀਓ
ജിയോവനി ബൊക്കാച്ചിയോ
โจวันนี บอกกัชโช
པོ་ཅ་ཆུའུ།
ჯოვანი ბოკაჩო
보까치오
보카치오 1313-1375
보카치오, G. 1313-1375
보카치오, 조반니 1313-1375
보카치오, 죠반니 1313-1375
보카치오, 지오바니 1313-1375
복카쵸 1313-1375
복카치오 1313-1375
복카치오, 조반니 1313-1375
조반니 보카치오
ジョヴァンニ・ボッカッチョ 中世イタリア、フィレンツェの詩人、作家
ボッカチオ
ボッカッチォ
ボッカッチョ
ボッカッチョ, ジョヴァンニ
乔万尼·薄伽丘
卜伽丘
卜伽丘 1313-1375
卜伽丘, 1313/14-1375
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