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  • Martin Garrett
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Abstract

The Shelleys and CC lived at 250 Riviera di Chiaia between December 1818 and February 1819. They visited local sites including ∗Pompeii, Baiae (Baia), and Vesuvius. MWS expresses her hopes for the (temporarily successful) Neapolitan Revolution of 1820 in MWSL 1.156.

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  • Martin Garrett
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  1. 1.Independent ScholarCambridgeUK

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