How would you characterize this combination of figurative language that is both erotic and religious at the same time?

Learning Goal: I’m working on a other discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.part 1 Module Two: Prompt Two (macro-reading)This is a class-wide Discussion Board Post activity. It consists of four steps, so please take note.Step One: After reading the assigned tales from Day Three of the Decameron (III.1, III.8, and III.10), please respond on your own to the following questions as fully as possible. Reference all three tales as you answer this question:What are all of the lexical references that refer to the afterlife in these tales? Make a list of all of these words (such as “angel,” “devil,” “hell,” “demon,” “Hell,” “Purgatory” or “Paradise”) and with the number of the tale and the page on which they appear. For example, you could have “Purgatory” (III.8, p.257). You should have a minimum of five words with at least one page reference each.Step TwoAfter compiling your list for Step One, respond to the following questions in full sentences:1) Do these words carry an erotic meaning? How so? Give an example from one or two tales.2) Does anyone figuratively “die” and then “come back to life” in any of these tales?3) Are there religious figures or members of the clergy in these tales? (i.e., priests, monks, or friars) Are there tirades or rants against the clergy?4) How would you characterize this combination of figurative language that is both erotic and religious at the same time?5) What do you believe Boccaccio is trying to do by making figurative references to the afterlife while telling stories that take place on earth?Step ThreeNow synthesize your responses to #1-5 into two paragraphs. Your final post should be at least 150 words, but you may go over that amount.part 2Thinking deeply about the Brigata.Please respond fully to the following three questions. You entry should be at least 150 words. You may include links, photos, or anything that may visually enhance your ideas. Who is the most important narrator of the brigata, in your view? Why?
Which narrator of the brigata would you be?
Do any of the brigata narrators remind you of a contemporary celebrity?
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