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St. Irvyne O El Rosacruz por Percy Bysshe Shelley

Titulo del libro: St. Irvyne O El Rosacruz

Autor: Percy Bysshe Shelley

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Before becoming one of the greatest poets in English, Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) tried his luck with a genre that he was passionate about: the Gothic novel. In 1811, while still a student at Oxford, he published St. Irvyne or the Rosicrucian, a work that followed with absolute fidelity the literary fashions of the time, while outlining many of the concerns that characterize his later career as a poet and essayist . A novel that remained unpublished in our language and that discovers the reader a new facet of its author, the writer of consumer literature. St. Irvyne stars as Wolfstein, a romantic hero of turbulent past and agitated present, proud, impetuous and audacious. Becoming accidentally a member of a dangerous band of robbers, he falls in love with the beautiful hostage Megalena of Metastasio and conceives a risky plan to free her. But that will only be the beginning of a journey that will take him throughout Europe, always pursued by a mysterious character, Ginotti. Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) tried his luck with a man who had been killed in the murder of his father, Genre that was passionate about: the Gothic novel. In 1811, while still a student at Oxford, he published St. Irvine or the Rosicrucian, a work that followed with absolute fidelity to the literary fashions of the time, while outlining many of the concerns that characterize his later career as a poet and essayist. A novel that remained unpublished in our language and that discovers the reader to new facet of its author, the writer of consumer literature. St. Irvyne stars as Wolfstein, a romantic hero of turbulent past and agitated present, proud, impetuous and audacious. Meganena of Metastasio and conceives a risky plan to free her. But that will only be the beginning of a journey that will take him throughout Europe, always pursued by a mysterious character, Ginotti. Both characters, driven by their excessive ambition and thirst for knowledge, will be involved in a macabre story where secret supernatural forces intervene.