Italian Stories = Novelle Italiane Quotes

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"And going up into a little room and unloading there the quantity of stones which he had brought, he ran in fury towards his wife, and grasping her by the hair, he hurled her down at his feet, and there, as hard as he could strike with hands and feet, he gave her kicks and blows over all her body, without leaving a single hair on her heard or bone in her body that was not bruised; and it did her no good to beg for mercy with her hands crossed." (19)

". . . even those devils whom he had brought along as familiars, chose to return to Hell to be in hell-fire, rather than to live in the world under her rule." (35)

"In this assault Messer Filiberto carried himself as bravely as any man that was present, and he was seen by King Charles several times performing the deeds of a...

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