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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Review: A Sicilian RomanceUser Review - Gabriella - Goodreads
This book deal with the typical gothic novel, that occur in Sicily, is very short and it refers about the typical enviroment of that period: the castel, the women, the avil man, the heroin or hero. It ... Read full review
Review: A Sicilian RomanceUser Review - Marti - Goodreads
Okay, I have learned my lesson. I am not going to order any more Early Bird Books which go back a hundred or so years. I didn't even get halfway through this book before realizing that it is not for ... Read full review