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Ann Radcliffe (1764 - 1823)
Ann Radcliffe was a novelist and a poet. She was born in London and was the daughter of a tradesman. To know more, click on image above.
Books by Ann Radcliffe in Senior Library
The Mysteries of Udolpho by
Call Number: F RAD
If beautiful, orphaned Emily St Aubert is to resist the predatory demands of her new guardian, the inscrutable Signor Montoni, then she must quell the superstitious imaginings that pervade her mind...
The Italian by
Call Number: F RAD
Enlisted by Vincenzo's mother Marchesa di Vivaldi, the perfidious monk Schedoni casts a malevolent presence throughout the book as he tries to thwart the passion of the two young lovers....
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Mystery of Udolpho
Article from Gothic Studies Journal on 'Sensibility, Servant and Comedy in Mysteries of Udolpho'
The Mysteries of Udolpho
In the novel, Emily St. Albert is orphaned and left to the charge of her aunt whose new husband, Montoni, subjects both Mme. Cheron and Emily to cruelty in order to attain his mercenary ambitions. Confined to Montoni's castle di Udolpho, Emily witnesses many supernatural events. After escaping from Udolpho, Emily returns to France, where eventually all of the mysteries are explained and she is reunited with her love, Valancourt. The Mysteries of Udolpho is a truly engaging and compelling novel.Click on above image link to read more..
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