The Decameron by Giovanni Bocccaccio|
|cxvi||'fatti non foste a viver come bruti,|
ma per seguir virtute e canoscenza.'
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|1 and 803||...I have been inflamed beyond measure with a most lofty and noble love... a most noble and lofty love||Word order altered in footnote reference.|
|556||Faith, Father, to tell the honest truth I have some business to atted to in town.||attend|
|649||And since Love not only leads lovers into divers situations fraught with mortal peril...||diverse|
|853||Other examples in the Decameron itself are seen in II, 2, IV, 1, VIII, 4, VIII, 7 and IX, 1.|| footnote is for example in VIII, 7.|