This edition presents the voluminous correspondence that places Hester Lynch Piozzi squarely in the rich epistolary heritage of the eighteenth century. This first of six volumes is introduced by a prelude of letters to longtime correspondents, including Samuel Johnson and Fanny Burney, detailing the turmoil of her emotional and intellectual life before her scandalous marriage to an Italian, and Catholic, singing master.
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