Questions of Love by Giovanni Boccaccio


The Most Pleasant and Delectable Questions of Love is a translation of 13 chapters of one of Boccaccio’s longer works. In these chapters, a group of young people have gone to the country for the day. One of the young women is chosen “The Queen of Love.” Each young person tells a love story and poses a question about love. The group answers; there is no right or wrong. But the final arbiter, “The Queen of Love,” holds the answers.

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A hardcover edition with red boards, black cloth spine, gilt lettering and spine bands. There is foxing and toning throughout but the text and black-and-white illustrations are clear and legible. There is rubbing to the edges of the book and spine. This copy has uncut edges. There is a black ink inscription on the inside front board. Illustrations by Alexander King. The spine is partially detached. No Dust Jacket. Fair reading copy.

Publisher: Illustrated Editions Company, New York.

Publication Date: 1931.

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Weight 0.650 kg
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