Das Dekameron, Volume 1

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G. Eddelbüttel-Marissal, 1912 - History
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Giovanni Boccaccio stated in his prologue to The Decameron that these hundred stories were meant for the entertainment of ladies due to the fact that they had nothing better to do than assuage their ... Read full review

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When the Black Death hit Florence, six people fled to an aristocrat's abandoned villa and while enjoying everything available, pass the time telling tales to avoid thinking of the Plague. A wonderful book. Read full review

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VORREDE
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Ser Chapelet täuscht einen
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Der Jude Abraham zieht
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