Italian Stories = Novelle Italiane Setting & Symbolism

Robert A. Hall, Jr.
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The Helitropia Stoneappears in Decameron - Eighth Day, Third Story

The helitropia stone is a fictional stone which Calandrino tries to discover. According to his friend's lies, it has the power to turn whoever possesses it invisible.

Mount San Donaappears in An Idea of Hermes Torranza

Mount San Dona is the home of Bianca's family.

Pietrarsaappears in The Fountain of Pietrarsa

Pietrarsa is a fictional town which is ruled democratically by its citizens.

The Fountain of Pietrarsaappears in The Fountain of Pietrarsa

Pietrarsa is unable to build its fountain—despite the fact that the town suffers from a drought—because the people cannot agree upon a location for it.

Radusaappears in The Idolaters

Radusa is the town the story takes place in and it is the site of the church of...

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