Two Wrongs DO Make a Right.
Men can be as quick witted as women can, especially when it comes down to them getting caught or in trouble. In Heptameron's seventh story, we are told that a merchant is in love with a young girl who is his neighbor. She too is totally infatuated with him as well. What the girl does not realize is she is letting him take advantage of her. "He merely pretended to be devoted to her in order to cover up a more exalted and honourable passion for someone else" (2585). Here, the merchant blatantly states that it is the other way around, and that he is lying about his love for her. The you…
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