Essays in Petto  

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Essays in Petto (1933) is a collection of essays by Montague Summers.

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Prefatory note.--Ann Radcliffe.--Jane Austen.--Byron's "Lovely Rosa."--The Marquis de Sade: A Study in Algolagnia.--A restoration prompt-book.--Pepys' "Doll Common".--Orrery's "The tragedy of Zoroastres".--The source of Southerne's "The fatal marriage".--Mystical substitution.--S. Catherine of Siena.--S. Antony of Padua.




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