Zastrozzi

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Fiction - 100 pages
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Scarcely knowing where he was, or what to believe, for a few moments Verezzi stood bewildered, and unable to arrange the confusion of ideas which floated in his brain, and assailed his terror-struck imagination. He knew not what to believe --what phantom it could be that, in the shape of Zastrozzi, blasted his straining eye-balls--Could it really be Zastrozzi? Could his most rancorous, his bitterest enemy, be thus beloved, thus confided in, by the perfidious Matilda?

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User Review  - Ubiquitousbastard - Goodreads

I don't think I have any right to criticize anything written by Percy Shelley, which makes this a difficult review to write. Wait, that makes it sound as if there are several things wrong with this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Michel Van Goethem - Goodreads

Very black story by a very talented young (17) writer. Read full review

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Zastrozzi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zastrozzi: A Romance is a gothic novel by Percy Bysshe Shelley first published in 1810 in London by G. Wilkie and J. Robinson. The first of Shelley's two ...
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To Zastrozzi: A Romance and St. Irvyne; or, The Rosicrucian. [GGII: 0387]. ... To Zastrozzi; A Romance. London : Hesperus Press, 2002. HALL, Spencer. ...
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Editions: Poetry, Prose, and Fiction
Zastrozzi, A Romance. London: Printed for G. Wilkie & J. Robinson, 1810. .... Zastrozzi, A Romance and St. Irvyne; or, The Rosicrucian: A Romance. ...
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III. Shelley: Bibliography. Vol. 12. The Romantic Revival. The ...
Zastrozzi. A Romance. By pbs 1810. St. Irvyne; or, The Rosicrucian. A Romance. By a Gentleman of the University of Oxford. 1811. Reissued 1822. ...
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Percy Shelley Bibliography at Bookseller World
ZASTROZZI, A Romance by pbs (boards; with Elizabeth Shelley) (G. Wilkie & J. Robinson, London, 1810) ST. IRVYNE; or, The Rosicrucian. A Romance. ...
www.booksellerworld.com/ percy-shelley.htm

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"Zastrozzi: A Romance" (1986) (mini)TV-Series The Cloud (1919) ... 《Zastrozzi: A Romance》分4集,总长240分钟 《Zastrozzi》是雪莱第一部公开发表的作品,哥特 ...
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Germaine Greer libri - I Libri dell'autore: Germaine Greer ...
Zastrozzi: A Romance · Zastrozzi: A Romance di Percy Bysshe Shelley - Hesperus Press - April 2003. Prezzo: Ç 12.78. DisponibilitÓ: Spedito normalmente in ...
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LA REPRESENTACI╠N CULTURAL DEL SUR EN LA NOVELA G╠TICA INGLESA ...
a escribir dos novelas gˇticas, Zastrozzi: A Romance (1810) y St. Yrvine, or the Rosicrucian (1810). ya Byron a escribir Manfred (1819). ...
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紀伊國屋書店 Zastrozzi : A Romance by Shelley, Percy Bysshe Hesperus Pr 税込価格:\0.
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About the author (2004)

Born in Field Place, near Horsham in Sussex, Shelley was educated at Syon House Academy and Eton, where he acquired the sobriquet "Mad Shelley" for his independent spirit. While at Eton he published Zastrozzi (1810), a Gothic novel. Expelled from Oxford because he refused to retract his atheistic beliefs, Shelley quarreled with his wealthy father and was banished from home. Shelley married impulsively and then abandoned his young wife to run off to Italy with the 16-year-old Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin (the daughter of the radical feminist and the anarchist philosopher, who was eventually to write Frankenstein). While in Italy, Shelley became close friends with Byron, and the two became objects of endless, notorious rumor. Shelley's personal character was revered by almost everyone who knew him. Extremely generous toward others, frugal with himself, he strove tirelessly for the betterment of humanity. Prometheus Unbound (1820), a lyrical drama in four acts, calls for the regeneration of society through love and for the destruction of all repressive institutions. The Cenci (1819), a verse drama based on real events, is one of the few plays from the romantic period still produced. Shelley's lyrics are marvelously varied and rich in sound and rhythm. Wordsworth regarded him as the best artist among living poets.Adonais (1821), written to honor the memory of John Keats, is one of the supreme elegies in English.The Triumph of Life, which was left incomplete at his death, has been hailed by T. S. Eliot as the nearest approach in English to Dante (see Vol. 2). The "Ode to the West Wind" and "To a Skylark" are anthologized everywhere. Shelley's early death by drowning ended his career just as it was coming into full flower. A revolutionary in his art and life, Shelley is considered by many to be an inspired polemicist and poetic genius. As one of his contemporaries wrote in Etonian (1821), "He is one of the many whom we cannot read without wonder, or without pain. . . .

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