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The Mysteries of Udolpho

by Ann Radcliffe

if you cut off the landscape description, the extra charachter, (there are hundreds of them), the exagerated melodrama, you have a greate reading besides all of the unnesessary characters such as the count of villeroi and family, and the exagerated emotion shown by the leading man, valancourt (remember he is a soldier he should be a toght guy), what keept me reading was the mistery about emili´s dad and the long time dead marchionaise of villeroi, the castle of udolpho itself and its banished owner

Reviewed on 2012.10.30

Gli 'ismi' contemporanei

by Luigi Capuana

fantastic

Reviewed on 2011.03.17

I Mille

by Giuseppe Garibaldi

fantastic

Reviewed on 2011.03.17

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