Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Brown leather spine with gilt stamping, red spine label, shows wear at spine ends. (Someone has made an ill-considered attempt to repair the spine tail). Marbled boards show rubbing at extremities. Marbled endpapers, with small book plate on front paste-down. Light soiling/ damp stains to first and last few pages, else interior is unmarked. Il Corbaccio (The Crow), a late medieval (and/or early Renaissance) Italian literary work, often labeled a tale of misogyny, was completed just after the author published his most famous work, the Decameron, and was first published circa 1355-65. L'Urbano (the Urbanite), is a short piece described by the editors as an "Opera Vulgare". Corbaccio: 112 pages; Urbano: 67 pages.
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