excerpt from 'Naples and the Campagna Felice. In a series of letters, addressed to a friend in England, in 1802' pp. 136-137 (61 words)

excerpt from 'Naples and the Campagna Felice. In a series of letters, addressed to a friend in England, in 1802' pp. 136-137 (61 words)

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Naples and the Campagna Felice. In a series of letters, addressed to a friend in England, in 1802

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[Letter IX] Most of the plays I have seen, were translations or adaptations from German and French works; and the few pieces of original Italian growth were full of improbabilities in the plot, and of commonplace sentimental declamation. […]

 The music between the acts is so indifferent, that it would be doing it a service to say nothing about it […].

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excerpt from 'Naples and the Campagna Felice. In a series of letters, addressed to a friend in England, in 1802' pp. 136-137 (61 words)

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