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The Journals of Claire Clairmont

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ISBN 9780674430440

Publication Date: 01/01/1968

571 pages

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  • Introduction
  • First Journal: August 14, 1814, to November 9, 1814
  • Second Journal: January 18, 18 18, to April 20, 1818
  • Third Journal: March 7, 1819, to August 1, 1820
  • Fourth Journal: August 5, 1820, to April 1, 1822; September 59-20, 1822
  • Fifth Journal: May 12 (24), 1825, to January 2 (14), 1826
  • Sixth Journal: December 21, 1826, to February 2, 1827, with omissions
  • Miscellanea (Two Leaflets): 1828-1830
  • Appendix A: “The English in Italy”
  • Appendix B: Some Reviews of Theatrical Productions Attended by the Shelleys and Claire Clairmont in 1818
  • Appendix C: Biographical Sketches—Marianna Candida Dionigi,
  • Andrea Vaccà Berlinghieri, Elizabeth Parker (“Suora Ancilla”), Lega Zambelli, Henry Willey Reveley, Antonio Bojti, Tommaso Sgricci, Alexander Mavrocordato
  • Appendix D: “A fragment—”
  • Genealogical Charts
  • Bibliography and Manuscript Sources
  • Claire Clairmont’s Reading List and List of Performances Attended
  • Index

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