by Rosenthal, Raymond (Translator); Aretino, Pietro
New York: Stein and Day, 1971. Hardcover. Near fine/Very Good. 384 pp. Very light wear to edges, else fine. Dust jacket has light shelf wear, one short closed tear. "In the time of the Renaissance there were three occupations open to women. A woman could be a wife, a whore, or a nun. In these frank, boisterous dialogues, Aretino, with tongue in check, describes the advantages and disadvantages, their perils and pleasures, of all three professions as viewed by two women who have experienced them all" (dust jacket). (Inventory #: 1722)
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