Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Boccaccio” in chapter 1 of James Russell Lowell, Among my books:
... and familiar with few, and most assiduous in study as far as he could find time for it. Dante was also of marvellous capacity and the most tenacious memory. Various anecdotes of him are related by Boccaccio , Sacchetti, and others, none of them verisimilar, and some of them at least fifteen centuries old when revamped. Most of them are neither veri nor ben trovati. One clear glimpse we get of him from ...
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