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The Cenci : a tragedy in five acts / by Percy Bysshe Shelley, given from the poet's own editions, with an introduction by Alfred Forman and H. Buxton Forman and a prologue by John Todhunter.

Main Author: Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 1792-1822.
Related Names: Todhunter, John 1839-1916., Forman, H. Buxton 1842-1917., Forman, Alfred 1840-1925.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Pub. for the Shelley society by Reeves & Turner, 1886.
Subjects: Cenci family > Drama.
Cenci family.
Cenci, Beatrice, > 1577-1599 > Drama.
Drama.
Tragedies.
Note: The Appendix (p. [91]-107) contains a translation of the Italian manuscript on which the play was founded: Relation of the death of the family of the Cenci.
Physical Description: xiv p., 1 l., 107 p. front. (port.) 20 cm.
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