Canterbury Tales & Decameron

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Tabella sulle analogie e differenze in Inglese Tra Canterbury Tales e Decameron (1 pagine formato doc)

A group of people who narrates each one a tale.
Thirty people of different social class. Background: pilgrimage to Canterbury which means the allegory of human life. The Canterbury tales is composed of twenty-two novels written in verses and two long narrations in prose. The narrator interacts with listeners. The writer at the beginning of the stories describes the narrator or speaks about the situation of him with a prologue. There are personifications. There are references to Greek mythology. A group of people who narrates each one a tale. Ten people: seven men and three women of the same social class. Background: pest in Florence in 1348.
The Decameron is composed of one hundred novels in prose. The narrator doesn’t interacts with listeners. The writer at the beginning of the stories describes the narrator or speaks about the situation of him in a little prologue. There aren’t personifications. There aren’t references to Greek mythology...