The mysteries of Udolpho : a romance, interspersed with some pieces of poetry (Book, 1794) [WorldCat.org]
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The mysteries of Udolpho : a romance, interspersed with some pieces of poetry

Author: Ann Radcliffe; G. G. and J. Robinson (Paternoster Row, London, England),
Publisher: London : Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, 1794.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Ann Radcliffe's orphaned heroine Emily St. Aubert finds herself imprisoned in her evil guardina Count Ontoni's gloomy medieval fortress in the remote Apennines of Italy. Terror is inside the walls of Udolpho, as she strugges aganist Montoni's schemes and the threat of her own psychological distintegration. Radicliffe's work influenced the development of eighteenth and nineteenth-century Gothic horror fiction.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Gothic fiction
Fiction
Rare books
Fiction Early works to 1800
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823.
Mysteries of Udolpho.
London, G.G. and J. Robinson, 1794
(OCoLC)904042655
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Radcliffe; G. G. and J. Robinson (Paternoster Row, London, England),
OCLC Number: 2170152
Description: 4 volumes (428, 478, 463, 428 pages) ; 17 cm (12mo)
Responsibility: by Ann Radcliffe, author of the Romance of the forest, etc. ; in four volumes.

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Ann Radcliffe's orphaned heroine Emily St. Aubert finds herself imprisoned in her evil guardina Count Ontoni's gloomy medieval fortress in the remote Apennines of Italy. Terror is inside the walls of Udolpho, as she strugges aganist Montoni's schemes and the threat of her own psychological distintegration. Radicliffe's work influenced the development of eighteenth and nineteenth-century Gothic horror fiction.

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