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Boccaccio and feminist criticism

Author: Thomas C Stillinger; Regina Psaki
Publisher: Chapel Hill, NC : Annali d'Italianistica, Inc., ©2006.
Series: Studi e testi (Chapel Hill, N.C.), 8.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Giovanni Boccaccio; Giovanni Boccaccio; Giovanni Boccaccio; Giovanni Boccaccio
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas C Stillinger; Regina Psaki
ISBN: 0965795675 9780965795678
OCLC Number: 76946503
Language Note: Text in English, with quoted passages in Italian and Latin also translated into English.
Description: 273 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Maria a.k.a. Fiammetta: the men behind the woman / Victoria Kirkham --
Speaking women: three decades of authoritative females / Janet Levarie Smarr --
Women and walls: Boccaccio's Teseida and the edifice of Dante's poetry / Disa Gambera --
Boccaccio's Elegia di Madonna Fiammetta: first signs of an ideological shift / Eugenio Giusti --
Boccaccio and the infernal body: the widow as wilderness / Guyda Armstrong --
The language of gardens: Boccaccio's 'Valle delle Donne' / thomas C. Stillinger --
Misogyny as misreading: a gloss on Decameron VIII.7 / Millicent Marcus --
'In forma della donna': in the woman's place (a reading of Decameron III.5) / Olivia Holmes --
La peste e le papere: textual repression in day four of the Decameron / Myra Best --
Carnal reading: on interpretation, violence, and Decameron V.8 / Diane Duyos Vacca --
The prick of the rose: Boccaccio's bisexual hermeneutics / Gregory B. Stone --
apuleian example and misogynist allegory in the Tale of Peroneela (Decameron VII.2) / Ronald L. Martinez --
The untidy business of gender studies: or, Why it's almost useless to ask of the Decameron is feminist / Marilyn Migiel --
Creating and recreating reality with words: the Decameron and the Wome's Decameron / Barbara Zaczek
Series Title: Studi e testi (Chapel Hill, N.C.), 8.
Responsibility: edited by Thomas C. Stillinger and F. Regina Psaki.

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