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The Decameron is one hundred stories that revolve around three themes: the intelligence of the human being, fortune, and love. In the Florence of 1348, a group of seven women and three men take refuge on the outskirts of that city, fleeing to the black plague epidemic; to distract each member of the group tells a story for each of the ten nights that remain outside the city. The stories, except for the first and ninth day, are free. The importance of the Decameron lies in the very elaborate and careful prose of the author, who became a role model for the other Renaissance writers.


Edition: 1

Language: Spanish