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    Giovanni Boccaccio -- The Decameron

    If Geoffrey Chaucer earns a spot in here, so does Boccaccio and The Decameron, on which The Canterbury Tales is based.
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    Does anyone agree with this?
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    I do.

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    Reviving this thread with an on line version of The Decameron:

    http://www.gutenberg.org/files/23700...-h/23700-h.htm
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