The Tale of Terror eBook

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[79:  Scott, Introduction to The Abbot, 1831.]

[80:  William Godwin:  His Friends and Contemporaries, 1876, vol. ii.
     p. 304.]

[81:  Caleb Williams, ch. x.]

[82:  William Godwin:  His Friends and Contemporaries, vol. i. pp.

[83:  Political Justice, bk. ii, ch. ii.]

[84:  William Godwin:  His Friends and Contemporaries, vol. i. pp.
     330-1; Preface to 1st edition, 1799.]

[85:  Hermippus Redivivus; or The Sage’s Triumph over Old Age
     the Grave
(translated from the Latin of Cohausen, with
     annotations), 1743.  Dr. Johnson pronounced the volume “very
     entertaining as an account of the hermetic philosophy and as
     furnishing a curious history of the extravagancies of the
     mind,” adding “if it were merely imaginary it would be
nothing at

[86:  St. Leon, vol. iv. ch, xiii.]

[87:  St. Leon, Bk. iv, ch. v.]

[88:  Lives of the Necromancers, 1834, Preface.  “The main purpose
     this book is to exhibit a fair delineation of the credulity
     the human mind.  Such an exhibition cannot fail to be
     of the most salutary lessons.”]

[89:  St. Godwin:  A Tale of the 16th, 17th and 18th Century, by
     Reginald de St. Leon, 1800, p. 234.]

[90:  Dowden, Life of Shelley, vol. i. p. 10.]

[91:  Dowden, Life of Shelley, vol. i. p. 44.]

[92:  Hogg, Life of Shelley, vol. i. p. 15.]

[93:  Cf.  Castle of Lindenberg story in The Monk, and ballad of Alonzo the Brave.]

[94:  A versification of the story of the Wandering Jew, Bleeding
     and Don Raymond in The Monk.]

[95:  This poem was borrowed from Lewis’s Tales of Terror
     Shelley’s knowledge), where it is entitled The Black Canon
     Elmham, or St. Edmond’s Eve

[96:  Letter to Edward Fergus Graham, Ap. 23, 1810 (Letters, ed. 
     Ingpen, 1909, vol. i, pp. 4-6).]

[97:  Letter to John Joseph Stockdale, Nov. 14, 1810.]

[98:  Mme. de Montolieu, Caroline de Lichfield, translated by
     Holcroft, 1786.]

[99:  Mme. de Genlis, translated by Rev. Beresford, 1796.]

[100:  Peter Middleton Darling, Romance of the Highlands, 1810.]

[101:  Regina Maria Roche, The Discarded Son, or The Haunt of the
, 1806.]

[102:  Agnes Musgrave, Cicely, or The Rose of Raby.]

[103:  Aphra Behn, The Nun.]

[104:  Charlotte Smith, Ethelinde, or The Recluse of the Lake, 1790.]

[105:  The Relapse:  a novel, 1780.]

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