The Monk A Romance, Volume II (Large Print) by Matthew Gregory Lewis

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Number of Pages312
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ISBN 101425027342
ISBN 109781425027346

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The Monk: A Romance by M.G. Lewis is interesting to say the least. I read The Monk A Romance book expecting a romantic journey through a monk’s struggles with faith and love, etc. But instead I was met with violence, rape, murder, and most shocking of all, incest. These things were certainly dramatic enough to keep me reading, but the overall way the book /5(2).

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Volume II continued to be entertaining, more so than Water Margin or Romance of the Three Kingdoms, but it is also getting repetitious. The pilgrims approach a tall mountain, the mountain is occupied by an immortal who has taken up being a demon, Tripitaka doesn't listen to Pilgrim, and the other disciples don't listen either, so the group ends up in trouble, with the monk getting captured and /5(35).

He concluded his review by declaring that The Monk is "a romance, which if a parent saw in the hands of a son or daughter, he might reasonably turn pale.” Despite controversy and bad reviews by literary elites, The Monk was a massive popular success.

However, the novel largely ceased to be read by the mid-nineteenth century, before being. Complete summary of Matthew Gregory Lewis' The Monk. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of The Monk. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. : The monk: a romance.

In two volumes. Volume 1 of 2 (): Lewis, M. G.: Books. Summary. Volume I, Chapter 3. The Marquis Raymond and Lorenzo walk in silence. Raymond is fearful that Lorenzo will seek revenge in him for being sexually involved with Lorenzo's sister Agnes; Lorenzo is concerned about his family's honor, but also wants to make sure that Raymond deals kindly with Antonia and her family.

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The Monk: A Romance. Matthew LEWIS ( - ). Matthew Gregory Lewis () was educated at Oxford, after which he held a position in the British Embassy at The Hague. It was there that he wrote The Monk, under the influence of the early German publication in was highly controversial, due to both Lewis' new status as MP and the novel itself, which many critics savaged for its supposed profanity and obscenity.1/5(10).

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Methinks, Oh. vain ill-judging Book, I see thee cast a wishful look. The Monk is the most sensational of Gothic novels. The main plot concerns Ambrosio, an abbot of irreproachable holiness, who is seduced by a woman (or perhaps a demon) disguised as a novice, and who goes on to sell his soul to the Devil.

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The Monk: A Romance consists of two intersecting plots along with about thirty interpolated minor stories. Both main stories are introduced simultaneously in the opening scene at the Capuchin.

In Volume II, Chapter 2 of The Monk, Lorenzo tells Raymond that he supports him and understands that he has no ulterior motives in his pursuit of Lorenzo's sister Agnes. The Monk: A Romance. 'Few venture as thou hast in the alarming paths of sin.' This is the final judgement of Satan on Victoria di Loredani, the heroine of Zofloya, or The Moor (), a tale of lust, betrayal, and multipl.

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Paperback (Reprint) $ Paperback influence that Lewis had to remove controversial passages from future editions. Unsurprisingly, amidst this furore, the book was immensely popular with the reading public.

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This book is character heavy and plot thin. It was difficult for me to relate the characters to each other. Lewis does make for a tidy ending though as the evil monk Ambrosio and his hench-lady, the Prioress, are executed.

I guess there is nothing new under the sun because this book /5(78). View all covers for The Monk (logged in users can change User Preferences to always display covers on this page) Reviews Review by Joseph H. Crawford, Jr. and James J. Donahue and Donald M.

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Matthew Gregory Lewis's The Monk: A Romance is a story of frustrated and unrequited desire between mentor and pupil mixed with elements of the supernatural. It includes several subplots: rape, torture and incest. It is the old story of the forces of good versus the forces of evil, except that in this one evil comes out ahead.

When The Monk was first published init was received well by.Product Information. Sex, sorcery, and Satanism: The Monk is a tale of the temptations of the holiest man in Madrid. Utterly unlike anything England had seen before its publication inThe Monk is a lurid, suspenseful, and occasionally hilarious novel that radically transformed gothic literature with its much darker tone and open embrace of witchcraft and the occult.

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