The Demarcation of Boccaccio 1930 published by the Bibliophilist Society

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The Decameron comprises one hundred allegorical short stories written around 1353CE by Italian author, poet, and scholar Giovanni Boccaccio. The broad sweep of its range and its alternately tragic and comic views of life are rightly regarded as his masterpiece.

For the first time in the Middle Ages, Boccaccio in the Decameron deliberately shows man striving with fortune and learning to overcome it. 

The Demarcation of Boccaccio is an excellent addition to your vintage early classical collection or home library.


The book The Demarcation of Boccaccio is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears.

Please note the wear on the cover, the name written in pen of the previous owners and sticker on back book board as shown in photos.

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Book dimensions:10x7x2

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