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Julia Cozzarelli, Associate Professor of Italian, presented a paper at the conference, "Boccaccio in Washington, DC" on October 5.

 Her paper was titled: "'Vostro cavallo ha troppo duro trotto' (VI.1): Horses and their Kind in the Decameron." The paper examined representations of equines, both realistic and metaphorical, as tools in the interpretation of Giovanni Boccaccio's 14th-century text, and of the historical context in which it was produced.

Julia Cozzarelli (Modern Languages and Literatures) presents paper on Boccaccio | 0 Comments |
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