Manfrone; Or, the One-Handed Monk (Gothic Classics)
Yet other dangers await Rosalina: her father, the haughty Duca di Rodolpho is determined to marry her to the cruel Prince di Manfroné and imprisons her true love, Montalto, in the dungeons of his castle. And then there is the mysterious monk Grimaldi, who seems to be an ally of the Duca. What are his inscrutable plans, and is he trying to aid Rosalina or destroy her?
One of the most popular of Gothic novels, Manfroné went through numerous editions during the 19th century and was often erroneously attributed to Ann Radcliffe. This edition includes an essay by Dale Townshend exploring the authorship of the novel as well as explanatory notes.
Dale Townshend is a senior lecturer in gothic and romantic literature at the University of Stirling, Scotland. He is the coeditor, with Glennis Byron, of "The Gothic World", and, with Angela Wright, of "Ann Radcliffe, Romanticism and the Gothic".
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- Mary Anne Radcliffe(Author) Dale Townshend(Afterword)
- Valancourt Books (17 Sept. 2007)
- Science Fiction & Fantasy
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