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The Mysteries of Udolpho : A Romance; Interspersed with Some Pieces of Poetry

By Radcliffe, Ann

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Title: The Mysteries of Udolpho : A Romance; Interspersed with Some Pieces of Poetry  
Author: Radcliffe, Ann
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: Chapter 1. ?home is the resort Of love, of joy, of peace and plenty, where, Supporting and supported, polish?d friends And dear relations mingle into bliss.? Thompson. On the pleasant banks of the Garonne, in the province of Gascony, stood, in the year 1584, the chateau of Monsieur St. Aubert. From its windows were seen the pastoral landscapes of Guienne and Gascony, stretching along the river, gay with luxuriant woods and vines, and plantations of olives. To the south, the view was bounded by the majestic Pyrenees, whose summits, veiled in clouds, or exhibiting awful forms, seen, and lost again, as the partial vapours rolled along, were sometimes barren, and gleamed through the blue tinge of air, and sometimes frowned with forests of gloomy pine, that swept downward to their base. These tremendous precipices were contrasted by the soft green of the pastures and woods that hung upon their skirts; among whose flocks, and herds, and simple cottages, the eye, after having scaled the cliffs above, delighted to repose. To the north, and to the east, the plains of Guienne and Languedoc were lost in the mist of distance; on the west, Gascony was bounded by the waters of Biscay.

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Table of Contents: The Mysteries of Udolpho, A Romance; Interspersed with Some Pieces of Poetry, 1 -- Ann Radcliffe, 1 -- VOL. I, 2 -- Chapter I, 3 -- SONNET, 6 -- THE GLOW?WORM, 12 -- Chapter II, 14 -- Chapter III, 19 -- Chapter IV, 24 -- Chapter V, 32 -- Chapter VI, 36 -- Chapter VII, 47 -- THE FIRST HOUR OF MORNING, 47 -- Chapter XI, 52 -- SONNET, 60 -- Chapter X, 61 -- Chapter XI, 64 -- Chapter XII, 72 -- Chapter XIII, 74 -- Chapter XIV, 87 -- VOL. II, 99 -- Chapter I, 99 -- STORIED SONNET, 101 -- THE PIEDMONTESE, 104 -- Chapter II, 105 -- THE SEA?NYMPH, 109 -- Chapter XVII, 111 -- RONDEAU, 113 -- STANZAS, 127 -- Chapter IV, 131 -- Chapter V, 136 -- Chapter VI, 148 -- Chapter VII, 169 -- Chapter VIII, 182 -- Chapter IX, 184 -- Chapter X, 193 -- Chapter XI, 203 -- Chapter XII, 207 -- VOL. III, 214 -- Chapter I, 214 -- Chapter II, 220 -- Chapter III, 223 -- Chapter IV, 233 -- Chapter V, 235 -- Chapter VI, 243 -- Chapter VII, 259 -- THE PILGRIM, 260

 

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