5 edition of Amorous Fiammetta. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Rev. from the only English translation [of Bartholomew Young] with an introd. by Edward Hutton|
|Contributions||Yong, Bartholomew, 1560-1621? tr, Hutton, Edward, 1875- ed|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lix, 356 p.|
|Number of Pages||356|
Perhaps the most significant Dantean influence in the works of Boccaccio is the use of allegory, whether under the guise of fictitious narrative, portraying a moral (Amorous Fiammetta and The. Elegia di Madonna Fiammetta, or The Elegy of Lady Fiammetta in English, is a novel by the Italian writer Giovanni Boccaccio, probably written between and Written in the form of a first-person confessional monologue, it describes the protagonist, Fiammetta's, passion for Panfilo, a Florentine merchant, and takes place in has been characterised as the first psychological.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Giovanni Boccaccio. In Italian literature: Boccaccio (–75) Elegy of Lady Fiammetta or Amorous Fiammetta), a prose novel, show the influence of Classical literature on the formation of his Decameron (–53), a prose collection of stories recounted by 10 narrators—3 men and 7 women—over 10 days, is Boccaccio’s most mature and important work.
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Amorous Fiammetta | This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such. Get this from a library. Amorous Fiammetta. [Giovanni Boccaccio; Bartholomew Yong; Edward Hutton] -- "Lady Fiammetta, the first-person narrator and protagonist, recounts how, although a married woman, she falls in love with a handsome young foreigner named Panfilo and driven by irresistible passion.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Fiammetta. Description: lix, pages 23 cm: Other Titles: Fiammetta. Responsibility. Lady Fiammetta, the Written by Giovanni Boccaccio between andThe Elegy has never before been available in a complete or accurate English translation.
Lady Fiammetta, the first-person narrator and protagonist, recounts how, although a married woman, she falls in love with a handsome young foreigner named Panfilo and, driven by /5. There is no proof that a real Fiammetta ever existed, but the charm of the story continues.
This handsomely bound edition of Amorous Fiammetta, which was first published inis a revision of Bartholomew Yong’s English translation. With introduction by Edward Hutton.
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Maria d'Aquino (died in ) was a Neapolitan noblewoman who is traditionally identified with Giovanni Boccaccio's beloved and muse Fiammetta (Italian for "little flame"). Maria d'Aquino was a royal bastard, an illegitimate daughter of Robert the Wise, King of Naples and Count of Provence.
She was an accomplice in the murder of King Andrew, the husband of her niece and Robert's. London: Navarre Society, VG+, Shelfwear, browning/G+, Edgewear, chips, tears, abrasion, small stain to rear panel, browning. 'This Limited Edition of "Amorous Fiammetta" is modernised from the only English translation, made by Bartholomew Yong and printed by John Charlwood inof which only four copies are known to exist'.
pages. Hardcover. Limited edition. Privately printed for the Navarre Society: lix, 1, pp. Illustrated with a frontispiece. Near fine in three quarter red morocco over cloth boards, gold tooling at the edges, with the spine in six gold tooled panels, top edge gilt, and with red marbled endpapers.
There is some rubbing and darkening to the back board, corners are gently bumped. Amorous Fiammetta by Professor Giovanni Boccaccio,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Giovanni Boccaccio () was an Italian author and poet, a friend, student, and correspondent of Petrarch, and important Renaissance humanist, best known for the Decameron.
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Amorous Fiammetta, Giovanni Boccaccio, introduction by Edward Hutton, trans. & illus. various unknown. (Rarity Press, New York, ) " X ", pp, Hardcover no DJ, red cloth boards, botton and fore edges deckled.
Good condition for age, a fading on spine, silver gilt lettering and decorations Originally titled "Elegia di Madonna Fiammetta" (The Elegy of Lady Fiammetta), this marvelous. Amorous Fiammetta. Boccaccio, Giovanni.
London: The Mandrake Press, Limited Edition. Green vellum boards with gilt lettering and design. Boards creased, rubbed and discolored. Corners bumped and creased, extremities slightly rubbed.
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The designs are offset litho on paper and the bottles were produced as a limited edition. Labels in smooth condition.Amorous Fiammetta by Giovanni Boccaccio (LOCATION SYDNEY OFFICE - all enquiries phone 02 ) Ed. / Reprinted from the original English edition, translation of Bartholomew Young () Book printed by The Westminster Press, London; colour plates printed by the Botolph Printing Works, London, 29 x 23 x 3cm.