A-Z: General definitions: Boccaccio


An Italian writer (1313-1375) most famous for his Decameron, a set of stories set in a frame story (a group of people staying at a country house and telling stories). Boccaccio's works inspired several of Chaucer's poems, notably his Troilus and Criseyde and The Knight's Tale. More on Boccaccio?

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