Author:Matthew Gregory Lewis

Matthew Gregory Lewis
(1775–1818)
English novelist and politician
Matthew Gregory Lewis

WorksEdit

  • Ambrosio, or the Monk (1795)
  • Village Virtues (1796)
  • The Minister (1797), from Schiller's "Kabale und Liebe"
  • The Castle Spectre (1798)
  • Rolla, a tragedy (1799), from Kotzebue
  • Tales of Terror (1799)
  • The Love of Gain (1799.
  • The East Indian (1799)
  • Adelmorn, or the Outlaw (1800)
  • Alphonso, King of Castile (1801)
  • Tales of Wonder (1801)
  • The Bravo of Venice (1804), from the German
  • Adelgitha (1807)
  • Feudal Tyrants (1807)
  • Romantic Tales (1808), many from the French and German.
  • Venoni, or the Novice of St. Mark's (1808), from ‘Les Victimes Cloîtrées’
  • One O'clock; or, The Knight and the Wood-Demon (1811)
  • Timour the Tartar (1812)
  • Poems (1812)
  • Journal of a West Indian Proprietor (1834)

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