The Decameron : the modell of writ, mirth, eloquence and conversation, framed in ten dayes, of an hundred curious pieces, by seven honourable ladies, and three noble gentlemen: preserved to posterity by the renowned John Boccaccio, the first refiner of Italian prose; translated into English anno 1620, with an introduction by Edward Hutton and wood-cuts in the renaissance manner by Fritz Kredel.
|Main Author:||Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375.|
New York : The Heritage Press, [c1940].
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