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Giuseppe Jacopo Ferrazzi (1813–1887)

Ferrazzi, Giuseppe Jacopo (fer-äts’ē). An Italian critic, essayist, and Dante scholar; born in Cartigliano, near Bassano, March 20, 1813; died at Bassano, 1887. He is best known for his ‘Handbooks to Dante’ (1865–77); ‘Torquato Tasso: a Biographical. Critical, and Bibliographical Study’ (1880), and studies of Ariosto, besides an ‘Italian Anthology’ (1858–59).