Flashcards in Quiz 19 Deck (24):
In Navarre's view, in what might we best discern God's truth, a) news reports or b) fantasy literature?
a) news reports
T/F: From Navarre's perspective in other stories: intelligence and virtue can, in fact, be found among the lower classes.
T/F: as in Bocaccio's Decameron, most of stories in the Heptameron, have clear parallels in earlier literature
T/F: despite her nobility, some of de Navarre's writings were officially condemned as heretical.
What's the best way, according to Oisille, "of delivering you from your boredom"?
Who wrote the collection of 100 tales which Parlemente says are known by everyone?
In the stories to be told, "there was to be one difference." what was the difference?
not writing any story that is not truthful
What did Amador choose to believe "would in the end bring his toils to a happy conclusion"?
time and patient waiting
"through the gift of" what was Amador provided with love and fortune?
virtue and valor
what had been Amador's "sole anxiety"?
that she might reject love competely
What does Amador ask Florida to be?
his true and faithful lady
what did Florida begin to feel "that she had never felt before"?
stirrings in her heart
After the death of the Infante of Fortune Florida married a man "she would gladly have exchanged for" what?
Florida "was almost at" what point?
of accepting Amador and admitting to him her love
With Avanturada's death, what does Amador lose besides a good wife?
any hope of being near Florida
According to Amador, "you have a cover and your honor is safe." what is this "cover"?
she is married
According to Amador when is "that no sin may be imputed"?
when heart and body are constrained by the power of love
According to Florida, what was "the foundation of this" love of hers for Amador?
What was Florida beginning to understand?
the evil ways of men
What "was the last thing she [Florida] wanted?
to bring Amador harm
By what does Amador say efforts will not be "frustrated"?
by Florida's scruples
According to Florida, what will she never again "believe it is to be found in any man?
T/F: Florida advises Amador to make amorous overtures to a married woman.