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ROMANTIC TALES was a very popular collection which was more than once reprinted in its entirety and favorite tales were published sometimes separately, sometimes with other pieces by Lewis, and sometimes even with pieces not from his pen. Summers, pp.
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Printing identification statement for this book: No statement of printing. With one exception, he was the first to hold both positions at that same time and earning both incomes.
Lewis owned considerable property in Jamaica, within four miles of Savanna-la-Mer, or Savanna-la-Mar, which was hit by a devastating earthquake and hurricane in His son would later inherit this property. On 23 July , when Matthew was six and his youngest sister was one and a half years old, Frances left her husband, taking the music master, Samuel Harrison, as her lover.
During their estrangement, Frances lived under a different name, Langley, in order to hide her location from her husband.
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He still, however, knew her whereabouts. On 3 July , Frances gave birth to a child. That same day, hearing of the birth, her estranged husband returned.
Afterwards, he began to arrange a legal separation from his wife. After formally accusing his wife of adultery through the Consistory Court of the Bishop of London on 27 February , he petitioned the House of Lords for permission to bring about a bill of divorce. However, as these bills were rarely granted, it was rejected when brought to voting.
Consequently, Matthew and Frances remained married until his death in Frances, though withdrawing from society and temporarily moving to France, was always supported financially by her husband and then later, her son.
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She later returned to London and then finally finished her days at Leatherhead, rejoining society and even becoming a lady-in-waiting to the Princess of Wales. Frances and her son remained quite close, with her taking on the responsibility of helping him with his literary career.
Matthew Gregory Lewis began his education at a preparatory school under Reverend Dr. Here, Lewis learned Latin, Greek, French, writing, arithmetic, drawing, dancing, and fencing. Throughout the school day, he and his classmates were only permitted to converse in French.