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Book Description
As the Black Death sweeps across Florence in the epidemic of 1348, a group of seven young women and three young men escape to a secluded villa outside the city, where they while away their time telling one another these 100 stories.
Dealer Notes
Bookplate of W H Mullens, with motto Vivere Sat Vincere, inside front cover
Author Boccaccio
Date 1855
Binding Quarter bound red leather with red cloth boards; gilt titling to spine; top edge gilt
Publisher Henry G Bohn; in the "Bohn's Extra Volume" series
Condition Very good

Price: £35.00

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