After a taste of the Novelle Antiche, translated by Thomas Roscoe in The Italian Novelists, it seemed natural to find the rest.
The Introduction by Edward Storer is well done and interesting.
The punctuation used in the book is an example of the changes in standard rules of punctuation since the book was published, in the early part of the 20th century. The footnote numbers and end quotes are placed before any period or comma, instead of after, as is the standard today.
I hope you are amused, as well as instructed, by Il Novellino, this repertoire of a medieval storyteller, in the "new" language of Italy.