About the Decamerona
Decameron, n. From the Greek δέκα, ten, and ἡμέρα, event. A ten-day storytelling event.
The Decameron (c. 1349). A classic of medieval Italian literature, by Giovanni Boccaccio. Also known as The Human Comedy. One hundred stories are told over ten days by ten young people sheltering in an abandoned villa outside Florence during the Plague. An inspiration (and source) for Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales.
The Decamerona(virus) (2020). To be decided. By us.