The palace of pleasure, beautified, adorned, and well furnished with pleasant histories and excellent novels. Very requisite for delight and profit. Chosen and selected out of divers good and commendable authors. By William Painter. From the edition printed by Thomas Marsh, 1575. Ed. by Joseph Haslewood.
|Main Author:||Painter, William, 1540?-1594,|
|Related Names:||Haslewood, Joseph 1769-1833., Boccaccio, Giovanni 1313-1375., Bandello, Matteo 1485-1561.|
London, Reprinted for R. Triphook, by Harding and Wright, 1813.
> Translations into English.
A collection of 101 tales, chiefly from the Italian; many translated from Bandello and Boccaccio.
"... About one hundred and sixty-five saleable copies; seven were also taken off on vellum."--v. 1, p. 34.
2 v. in 3.
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