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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Review: ZastrozziUser Review - Lily Calder - Goodreads
You can definitely tell that this is Percy Shelley's first published work. There are elements of skill peeking through, but overall Zastrozzi is a bit of a mess. It's not coherent; the characters aren ... Read full review
Review: ZastrozziUser Review - Lucy - Goodreads
This juvenile tarradiddle would have been totally forgotten by now if it hadn't been written by Shelley. Repetitive, confusing, overblown - it's not even a good example of Gothic writing. I doubt if PBS would have wanted to be remembered for this. Read full review