但丁的文本对于理解“十日谈”（Benson 3）中对浪漫的处理提供了重要的框架。爱情的整体倾向是为了延续读者的工作。这一趋势有助于确定保罗和弗朗西斯卡命运背后的悲剧。 Boccaccio旨在转移对读者的负担。在浪漫的主题中，欲望对于主动发起行动至关重要。根据Boccaccio的观点，读者应该按照预期的方式作出反应。在殷勤地阅读它们的时候，人们试图模仿但丁的主角，并倾向于单独地按照欲望行事。当Galeotto被认为是Decameron的副标题时，Boccaccio也具有讽刺意味（Ben-Amos 429）。任何着名的浪漫标题都可能被选中，但他选择了亚瑟王被古尼维尔和兰斯洛特出卖的故事。加莱托反映了代表一个谨慎的象征故事的力量，博卡乔奥一般考虑这个标题。
The texts of Dante were crucial in providing a significant framework to understand the treatment of romance in Decameron (Benson 3). The overall tendency of love is highlighted for lingering the work among readers. This tendency helps in determining the tragedy behind the fate of Paolo and Francesca. Boccaccio seeks on shifting the burden imposed over the readers. In the theme of romance, desire is crucial in driving protagonist for initiating actions. As per the view of Boccaccio, readers should be reacting as per the desired ways. While reading them diligently, one is tempted for imitating the protagonist of Dante and tends to act upon the desires individually. When Galeotto is considered as the subtitle of Decameron, Boccaccio does the same ironically (Ben-Amos 429). Any famous romantic title could have been selected, but he selected the story in which King Arthur is betrayed by Guinevere and Lancelot. Galeotto reflected the power of representing an emblematic tale of caution, and Boccaccio considered the title generically.