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Boccaccios View of Woman For centuries Boccaccios view of woman has been disputed by those who haveread his work Some state that Boccaccio was merely writing to entertain the people ofhis time others believe that he was sexist and that his writings hold woman in an inferiornegative light It is widely found that the people of the twentieth century find the constantdowngrading of woman offensive Throughout his stories Boccaccio tends to depictwoman as sexual objects and not as people There are also cases where woman areportrayed as unintelligent cheaters that are not loyal to their husbands nor to themselvesThis has began the debate whether or not Boccachio is a sexist It may be the views of theculture and the time but for people of todays world it is offensive and sexist againstwoman On the Seventh Day Second Story Boccachio shows Peronella as an evil womenwho has no feelings for her husband and doesnt mind she is cheating on him She isdevoid of all morality values and love It was all
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