The Piozzi Letters: 1817-1821
The letters in this volume record the last years of Mrs. Piozzi's life. Her correspondence from 1817 to 1821 reads like extensions of her private journals and may be seen as affirmation of hope and ambition as well as decelarations of frustration, grief, anger, and self-pity.
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Pàgina 33 - She was in her eighty-second year, and yet owed not her death to age nor to natural decay, but to the effects of a fall in a journey from Penzance to Clifton. On her eightieth birthday she gave a great ball, concert, and supper, in the public rooms at Bath, to upwards of two hundred persons, and the ball she...