|Author:||Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375.|
|Title:||A pleasaunt disport of diuers noble personages: written in Italian by M. Iohn Bocace Florentine and poet laureat: in his boke vvhich is entituled Philocopo. And nowe Englished by H. G.|
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A pleasaunt disport of diuers noble personages: written in Italian by M. Iohn Bocace Florentine and poet laureat: in his boke vvhich is entituled Philocopo. And nowe Englished by H. G.
Boccaccio, Giovanni, 1313-1375., Gifford, Humphrey., Grantham, Henry, fl. 1571-1587.
[Imprinted at London: In Pater Noster Rowe, at the signe of the Marmayd, by H. Bynneman, for Richard Smyth and Nicholas England., Anno Domini. 1567]
|Alternate titles:||Filocolo. English Filocolo. Pleasaunt disport of divers noble personages.|
H.G. = Humphrey Gifford or Henry Grantham.
Translation of: Filocolo.
Imprint from facsimile title page.
Imperfect; title page cut affecting text; facsimile title page inserted previous to leaf 1.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Italian fiction -- Translations into English -- Early works to 1800.
¶ To the right worshipfull M. William Rice Esquire, H. G. wisheth a happie long life, with increase of much Worshippe.
The Booke to the Reader.
The Prologue to the .xiii. Questions, composed in Ita∣lian, by M. Iohn Bocace, Flo∣rentine, and Poet Laureat: And nowe turned into English by H. G.
¶ The first Question, proposed by PHILOCOPO.
¶ The second Question, proposed by LONGANO.
¶ The thirde Question, pro∣posed by a yong Gentlewoman.
¶ The fourth Question, proposed by MENEDON.
¶ The fift Question, pro∣posed by CLONICO.
¶ The sixt Question, pro∣posed by a yong Gentlewoman.
¶ The seuenth Question, proposed by GALEONE.
¶ The eight Question pro∣posed by a faire Gentlewoman named POLA.
¶ The ninth Question proposed by FERAMONTE, Duke of Montorio.
¶ The tenth Question, proposed by ASCALIONE.
¶ The eleuenth Question, pro∣posed by a Gentlewoman, named GRACE.
¶ The twelfth Question proposed by PARMENIO.
¶ The thirtenth Question, proposed by MASSALINE.