Ugo Foscolo: An Italian in Regency England
Originally published in 1953, this book presents a study of Ugo Foscolo's eleven years in Regency England. Using material that was previously unknown or unpublished, the text was written with the intention of providing an insight into his struggle as an artist within the broader currents of English society. Additional notes, appendices and illustrative figures are also included. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Foscolo, Romanticism and the Regency period.
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