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  • Paperback
  • 256
  • A Sicilian Romance
  • Ann Radcliffe
  • English
  • 25 August 2020
  • 9780192836663

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    PDF DOWNLOAD A Sicilian Romance ↠ Ann Radcliffe The Classics Club Spin spun me A Sicilian Romanceand I’m very pleased that it didI’ve always hoped that I would fall in love with Ann Radcliffe’s novels with the coming together of the gothic and the romantic but I was scared to

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A Sicilian Romance

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I am sure that the eagle eyed amongst you are noticing a theme here but I have wanted to read Radcliffe s work for such a long time and thought that placing A Sicilian Romance onto my Classics Club list would be a nudge in the right direction First published in 1790 the novel is firmly implanted within the Gothic tradition and veers toward the melodramatic almost from its beginningAs is often the case with my Classics Club reviews the following blurb of the Oxford World Classics edition illustrates the story perfectly without giving too much away This early novel explores the cavernous landscapes and labyrinthine passages of Sicily s castles and covents to reveal the shameful secrets of its all powerful aristocracy Julia and Emilia Mazzini live secluded in an ancient mansion near the Straits of Messina After their father s return to the island a neglected part of the house is haunted by a series of mysterious sights and sounds The origin of these hauntings is only discovered after a series of breathless pursuits through dreamlike pastoral landscapes When revelation finally comes it forces the heroines to challenge the united forces of religious and patriarchal authority A Sicilian Romance is most engaging from the first I found myself immediately spellbound drawn as I was into the Sicilian setting Radcliffe moves the plot along beautifully and the whole has been so tenderly written Much emphasis has been placed upon the senses and the general feel of the whole Radcliffe s descriptions are often sumptuous and the way in which she weaves in the imagined history of the castle and the Mazzinis who inhabit it is a definite strength adding another layer to the whole It certainly has shades of Walpole s The Castle of Otranto about itAs one might expect from a Gothic novel particularly one at the relative beginning of the canon A Sicilian Romance is rather dramatic even to Shakespearean heights in places characters are taken prisoner and confined to dungeons cruel fate awaits there are elopements and strange goings on prevail The story is rather predictable in places particularly as it nears its climax and it certainly relies heavily upon melodramatic incidents A lot of opposites manifest themselves within the plot from bravery and cowardice to the disparities between rich and poor and from a social perspective I found this fascinating A Sicilian Romance is rich and well paced The third person perspective and use of the past tense which Radcliffe has made use of both work well it is so over the top in places that the two together do not really act as distancing devices Whilst I was not too enamoured with the convenient ending of this moral novel I am most looking forward to reading of her work in future Ann Radcliffe s work is a wonderful choice for existing fans of Jane Austen and the Bronte sisters her writing is just as rich and descriptive and I feel that she should certainly be widely read Cook Yourself Sexy la. 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And they say this is one of her worst books Ann Radcliffe was the JK Rowling of the late 1700s She churned out bestsellers so popular they made her the highest paid author for an entire decade Her atmospheric gothic mysteryromances entranced the reading public similar to how Rowling immersed us in rich worlds of wizards and magic Critics and fans alike could not get enough of Radcliffe And yet today she is rarely read outside of a small slice of literary academia and hardcore gothic buffs If it weren t for Jane Austen s incessant references to her in Northanger Abbey she might have been forgotten completely What a shame A Sicilian Romance allegedly her least impressive effort is a marvelous adventure from beginning to endLike classic fairytales the story is a bit of a morality play where the characters are pure good or pure evil Specifically there s a rather nasty ruler who rampages after his daughter challenges his choice of husband for her As the daughter flees for her life we follow along for endless rides through gorgeous countryside confrontations with bandits and ghostly moaning within the recesses of haunted castlesSounds are a particular strength to Radcliffe s writing She uses noise to create mystery or confusion and to induce terror in her characters It s a clever strategy since sound is a classic source for misinterpretation and fodder for the imaginationAcclaimed as the Shakespeare of romance writers there s a long history of praise for her prose in general which is well deserved She s not an especially verbose writer her language isn t meant to draw attention to itself but her vocabulary often exceeds brilliant It s easy succinct reading but not a text to breeze through because she can pack a full scope of emotion and plot development into a short sentence Blink and you might miss a huge twist major reveal character motivation or lovely turn of phrase at leastThe pace is brisk Arguably too brisk The number of unexpected surprises and chance encounters crammed into a mere 200 pages is staggering I am certainly interested to read her much longer works to see if she slows down any or if the number of shocks is just exponentializedMy hypothesis for why modern readers have largely lost interest in her bibliography is probably due to her tell rather than show style The imagery is vivid but the style doesn t invite the reader into the experience There s no effort to expand on how exactly a character is feeling when she says they are stupefied by sheer terror The scenes are described using summary rather than a lived through narration Dialogue is a scarce rarity but always pitch perfect when it occursBasically she writes the opposite of where literary trends are today I don t consider that a bad thing however By avoiding lengthy internalized dramatization she allows space for a much longer list of surprising plot elements Had all the scenes in this book been given Stephen King like levels of description it would be 10000 pagesIn any case 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