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Peter Bondanella
Until his retirement in 2007, Peter Bondanella was Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature, Film Studies, and Italian at Indiana University. A member of the European Academy of Sciences and the Arts and past President of the American Association for Italian Studies, Bondanella has... show more

Until his retirement in 2007, Peter Bondanella was Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature, Film Studies, and Italian at Indiana University. A member of the European Academy of Sciences and the Arts and past President of the American Association for Italian Studies, Bondanella has written numerous books and articles on Italian literature and cinema and has translated or edited a number of Italian literary classics (Dante, Boccaccio, Machiavelli, Cellini, Vasari). His latest works are A HISTORY OF ITALIAN CINEMA and NEW ESSAYS ON UMBERTO ECO (Eco is shown in the photo on the left with Bondanella on the right). Bondanella now lives in Utah's desert country (St. George, UT) with his two Italian greyhounds Dante and Gianluca and his wife Julia.
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UNICORN PORN FOR ALL
UNICORN PORN FOR ALL rated it 8 years ago
Suck it Boccaccio, I totally read your shit. Well, around 65% of it. I used a couple of different lists of "the best of them," and skipped any stories that weren't on either list.I've read a bunch of non-fiction books recently that at least touch on Italy in the 14th century, and I keep thinking, ...
lisamandina3
lisamandina3 rated it 10 years ago
I didn't actually finish this book, but I gave up on it. too hard to read, and really kind of boring. First classic I picked that I couldn't struggle my way through. Of course I've also decided there are too many books to waste my time on one like this.
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