Unformatted text preview: introduces the first story (pp. 4-23) First Day Read the first story, “Ser Cepperello deceives a holy friar,” (pp. 24-37) Read the second story, “A Jew called Abraham,” (pp. 37-40) Read the third story, “Melchizedek the Jew,” (pp. 41-43) RELEVENT TO RELIGION Second Day Read the first story, “Martellino pretends to be paralyzed,” (pp. 70-75) Read the fourth story, “Landolfo Rufulo is ruined and turns to piracy,” (pp. 91-96) *Read the ninth story, “Bernabò of Genoa is tricked by Ambrogiuolo,” (pp. 165-178) CONDEMNS AN INNOCENT WOMAN? POSSIBLY USE Third Day *Read the first story, “Masetto of Lamporecchio,” (pp. 192-198) DESIRE AND LUST Fourth Day *Read the first story, “Tancredi, Prince of Salerno, kills his daughter’s lover,” (pgs. 291-301) COMPARE TO ROMEO AND JULIET Ninth Day Read the fourth story, “Cecco Fortarrigo gambles away everything,” (pp. 663-668)...
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- Spring '08
- Giovanni Boccaccio, late medieval Italy