Shakespeare's primary inspiration for the plot of all's well that ends well was william painter's collection of stories the palace of pleasures (1575), which itself was an english translation of giletta of narbonne, a story in giovanni boccaccio's collection of folk tales called the decameron (1353. Decameron giovanni boccaccio 1350 the memoirs of the duke of saint-simon on the reign of louis xiv and the regency the man who mistook his wife for a hat. Download the app and start listening to the red and the black giovanni boccaccio life as a saint,.
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