La peste nera in Petrarca e Boccaccio: ripercussioni letterarie all'epidemia del XIV secolo

Alimonti, Flavia Chiara


  • This thesis, written in Italian, examines the literary responses of Francesco Petrarch and Giovanni Boccaccio to the Black Death of 1348. The plague was a dramatic event that had a resounding impact on every aspect of medieval society; we are left with descriptions of the experience and reactions to the great level of mortality particularly in the literary and artistic fields. I examine the differ... read more
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