In the “Decameron” novels by Boccaccio the name Fiammetta has been identified with Maria, the married daughter of Robert of Anjou, with whom Boccaccio fell in love. Portrayed as Fiammetta in many of his novels, he describes her sometimes as a sensual and frivolous woman or as an abandoned and betrayed lover. In the Elegy of Madonna Fiammetta she is the main protagonist telling stories of “Happy Lovers”.
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