The Decameron, Volume 2

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Dell, 1955 - Fiction - 666 pages
In this controversial film full of abundant nudity, sex and slapstick humor, you have lusty nuns who perform sexual "miracles," a cheating wife with a head for business, dying con artist attempting a heavenly swindle, young lovers caught with their pants down, a servant who loses his head for love, and a gullible farmer who tries to turn his wife into a mare.

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100 days: 100 stories. The Decameron is a trip to the past, where the ravages of the plague run wild and twenty male and female nobles seek refuse in a villa to lament and to dream. This work ... Read full review

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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

Contents

PROEM
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The First Story Master CiappeUetto dupeth a holy friar with
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iThe Second Story Abraham the few at the instigation
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