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in the latter's case with her long poem The Improvisatrice
. The novel
have also been important influences
on the dramatic...
- Tales" like The Giaour
and to Letitia Elizabeth
Landon's poem "The Improvisatrice
." Black, Joseph; Conolly, Leonard; Flint, Kate; Grundy, Isobel; Lepan...
as she continued
poetry; her second
collection, The Improvisatrice
in 1824. Her father
that year, and she was forced...
- Haar defines
as the period spanning
1350 to 1600), an improvisatore
form of “improvisatori”) was unlikely
- and talented tragic actors
of her day. Taddei
was best known
as a "improvisatrice
" or improvisational
poet. She was a distinguished member
of the Accademia...
tales." She was also said to be something
of an 'improvisatrice
' or maker-up of tales. Though MacColl
- "Mortality", Scotland Letitia Elizabeth
as "L.E.L.", The Improvisatrice
, and Other Poems Amelia
Opie, The Negro
Boy's Tale Percy Bysshe
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