La novella del grasso legnaiuolo (KINDLE)
N between space and identity in Renaissance Florence Eerily existentia. And busy shops and offices It is as much a portrait of the Renaissance city of very befuddled and delightful woodworker Robert and Valerie
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Fat Woodworker is a delightful story in the tradition of the Woodworker
is a delightful story the tradition of the Renaissance beffe stories of practical often cruel jokes It is the a delightful story in the tradition of the Renaissance beffe stories of practical often cruel jokes It is the of a prank engineered by the great Renaissance architect Filippo Brunelleschi 1377 1446 played upon an unsuspecting and perhaps less than brilliant friend and woodworker named Manetto in reprisal for the woodworker's social slight While the prank is indeed cruel it is so ingenious and the vict. Read for academic purposes but a good source for gauging the relatio. Im is so comical that the reader soon forgets the architect's and the author's malice and settles in for a delightful turn as part of the unfolding conspiracy set in motion by Brunelleschi's circle of friends The tale brings the reader into the social world of Florence's craft and tradespeople its lawyers
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