Author:Giovanni Boccaccio

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Giovanni Boccaccio
(1313–1375)
One of the three major Italian medieval authors, together with Dante and Petrarch. His most important work is the Decameron, a collection of one hundred short stories. Chaucer considered him as a model for his Canterbury Tales.
Giovanni Boccaccio

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