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Bandello

[bahn-del-law]
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noun
  1. Mat·te·o [maht-te-aw] /mɑtˈtɛ ɔ/, 1485–1561, Italian ecclesiastic and author.
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  • The Novellieri were thus the realists of their day and of them all Bandello was the most realistic.

    The Palace of Pleasure, Volume 1

    William Painter

  • The dead, says the priest in Bandello, kill the little children.

  • Bandello was made a bishop, yet continued his writing of novels.

  • In moral quality he is superior not only to Bandello, but also to Boccaccio.

  • Bandello was a Dominican and nephew of the General of his order.