The contribution recovered and analyzes the opinion of Paolo Beni about two stories drawn from "Decameron" of Boccaccio and "Hecatommithi" of Giraldi Cinzio. Posted in the controversy of late sixteenth / early seventeenth century about Ancient and Modern, the discourse of Beni, here restricted only to the comparison between models in narrative prose, gives an account of his broader modernist and “anticruscante” thought and exemplifies the fiery climate within which, not only in Italy, discussions took place in those years and was considered the value of some classics of our literary tradition.

Da una controversia linguistica un confronto letterario: la novella della donna di Guascogna (Decameron, I, 9) e la novella di Melina (Hecatommithi, Introduzione, X)

DELL'AQUILA, Giulia
2004

Abstract

The contribution recovered and analyzes the opinion of Paolo Beni about two stories drawn from "Decameron" of Boccaccio and "Hecatommithi" of Giraldi Cinzio. Posted in the controversy of late sixteenth / early seventeenth century about Ancient and Modern, the discourse of Beni, here restricted only to the comparison between models in narrative prose, gives an account of his broader modernist and “anticruscante” thought and exemplifies the fiery climate within which, not only in Italy, discussions took place in those years and was considered the value of some classics of our literary tradition.
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