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“ No kind of literature is so generally attractive as Fiction. Pictures of
THE CASTLE OF OTRANTO.
BY HORACE WALPOLE, EARL OF ORFORD.
THE BRAVO OF VENICE.
BY M. G. LEWIS, ESQ.
(SUCCESSOR TO HENRY COLBURN):
Lewig's Bravo of Venice, of which the first and two later editions are here shown, is a translation of Heinrich Zschokke's "Sturm und Drang" novel Ablilino, der Grosse Bandit (1794).