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Andrea da Grosseto

Andrea da Grosseto

Italian writer and scholar (Grosseto, thirteenth century- ?, ...) Not much is known about his literary work or his life. He studied in Paris, where he taught literature and the art of poetry. In 1268 he translated Albertano de Brescia's moral treatises from Latin into the Italian vernacular, and is considered by some to be the first prose writer of the Italian language. Some Grosseto codices were found damaged and after their repair the importance of the author was learned, being the most notable document of literary prose in the Italian language, as he was the first writer to have the intention of using the vernacular as a unifying language. national from north to south of the entire Peninsula.