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Giuseppe Botero (1815–1885)

Botero, Giuseppe (bō’tā-rō). An Italian romancist; born at Novara, 1815; died in 1885. He was all his life an educator, serving as director of high schools or lyceums in various cities of northern Italy. He wrote many stories, among them: ‘Ricciarda’ (1854); ‘Raffaele’ (1858); ‘Nella of Cortemiglia’; and several apologues, among them: ‘My Lady’; ‘To Live Well is to Do Good’; ‘Love and Nature.’