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Also in the box with Meet Me in St. Louis DVD was this puzzling DVD, "Summer Called Emilia".

From Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Decameron): Fictional characters - * Emilia, one of the seven women occurring in the character of narrators in The Decameron (from the Greek "10 days"), by Giovanni Boccaccio. This leads to a perusal of this 14th century literature.

Emilia (Rival) is 4th in order. The Italian names of the seven women, in the same (most likely significant) order as given in the text, are: Pampinea (the flourishing one), Fiammetta (small flame), Filomena (faithful in love), Emilia (rival), Lauretta (wise, crowned with laurels), Neifile (cloudy), and Elissa (God is my vow).

Farnham48 22:48, October 15, 2010 (UTC)

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