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The Appendices list the locations of manuscripts I have viewed, provide bibliographic descriptions of the editions of the Teselda, Decameron, and De mulieribus printed before 1520, and offer transcriptions of paratexts from editions of each work. 1480-1524; Jacobus Philippus, Bergomensis, 1434-1520; Pins, Jean de, bishop of Rieux, 1470?-1537; Fregoso, Battista, 1453-1504; Varanus, Valerandus, 16th century; Colines, Simon de, d. (On famous women), was published in Ferrara in April 1497 by Laurentius de Rubeis, de Valentia and edited by Albertus de Placentia and Augustinus de Casali Maiori.
The discussion opens with a consideration of the authorial image which Boccaccio projected in his literary works and letters (Chapter 1), followed by an evaluation of the responses of Boccaccio's acquaintances(Chapter 2 ), and of the responses of those that had no personal contact with Boccaccio( Chapter 3 ), to this projected authorial persona.He dedicated his work to Andrea Acciaioli, Countess of Altavilla, in Naples at the end of 1362 even though he continued to revise it up until his death in 1375. He first considered to dedicate his slim volume to Joanna I of Naples.