Ed in brieve le parole furon molte; alla fine Chichibio, per non crucciar la sua donna, spiccata l’una delle cosce alla gru, gliele diede. Essendo poi davanti a. La fortuna e l’ingengo, accomunano tutte le novelle appena trattate anche se in ambiti differenti. Dante. Landolfo Rufolo e Andreuccio da. et al.: The Motto and the Enigma: Rhetoric and Knowledge in the Sixth Day. Published by . rated language of the tales and the cornice, Boccaccio’s Decameron has . senta.” (–52); and Chichibio’s motto: “Messer sì, ma voi non gridaste ‘ho, ho!’ a .. gamba? Non vid’io mai più gru che questa?.
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