Of moral purpose in any strict sense of the phrase the novelle have none.
In style the novelle are, as might be expected, very unequal.
This apology, when read by the light of Bandello's own novelle, is an impudent evasion of the accusation.
I need not give any references to the novelle of this groveling type.
The right novel is never a congeries of novelle, as might appear to the uninspired.
It is true that The Novelist is only a true title in the older sense—that the pieces are novelle not "novels" proper.
Both these incidents are the common property of Italian novelle and our own stage.
Tradizioni popolari abruzzesi, novelle, collected by G. Finamore, vol.
The exaggerated generosity of Constantino might be paralleled from hundreds of novelle.
Shakespeare worked over the Italian novelle of Boccaccio, weaving them into his great English dramas, and nobody censured him.