The Heptameron - Stories Thirty-one through Thirty-five Summary & Analysis

Margaret of Navarre (Sicilian queen)
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Stories Thirty-one through Thirty-five Summary

Geburon begins the story telling on the fourth day by telling the thirty-first story. In this story, a friar desires a lady so deeply that he kills two maids as well as a male servant and then kidnaps the lady in order to try to have his way with her. In Story Thirty-two Oisille tells the story of a man who caught his wife having an affair and killed her lover. The man makes his wife stay in the room where she and her lover would meet. She is forced to drink from a cup made from the skull of her lover. The man has also hung the lover's skeleton hangs in the room in which his wife stays. One day a man named Bernage happens to visit the castle. As he leaves the castle, Bernage suggests...

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