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Treatment of women in The Decameron
The Decameron is a book consisting of smaller stories, written by Boccaccio. It was written in the Middle Ages. From The Decameron you can learn how women were treated during this time. Women were generally not treated well; even the best treatment they were given would be looked on as bad treatment in today's culture.
The story that showed the best treatment of women was that of Sir Federigo. Federigo fell in love with a women named Monna Giovanni, and spent all his money buying things to try to win her love. Soon after, Monna's husband died; he left all his possessions to his son instead…
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