The Prophecy of Dante
The work was positively reviewed by Francis Jeffrey, as he wrote about it: “It is a very grand, fervid, turbulent, and somewhat mystical composition, full of the highest sentiment and the highest poetry;... but disfigured by many faults of precipitation, and overclouded with many obscurities. Its great fault with common readers will be that it is not sufficiently intelligible... It is, however, beyond all question, a work of a man of great genius.”
- Marino Faliero, Edinb. Rev., July, 1821, vol. 35, p. 285.
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