A Sicilian Romance
Ruined castles, secret passages, perpetually fainting heroines, the vile conniving schemes of the local gentry -- and, of course, things that go bump in the night: Radcliffe's "A Sicilian Romance" has all of that, and if Radcliffe didn't invent the form, certainly she brought it into full flower. If you haven't read Radcliffe, this first novel is a fine place to start . . .
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LGandT - LibraryThing
It was great in the beginning, it was great in the middle, but then somewhere in the end it just went downhill. One too many twists and turns to keep up with. I thought for a while some of the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Dokfintong - LibraryThing
If you plan to read a book published in 1790 then you must account for the aesthetic differences between fiction then and now. And perhaps for some vocabulary differences, although I don't think there ... Read full review