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Zanoni

Edward George Bulwer-Lytton (1803-1873)

1. Section 00 - Dedication, Introductions & Preface
2. Section 01 - Chapter 1
3. Section 02 - Chapter 2
4. Section 03 - Chapter 3
5. Section 04 - Chapter 4
6. Section 05 - Chapter 5
7. Section 06 - Chapter 6
8. Section 07 - Chapter 7
9. Section 08 - Chapter 8
10. Section 09 - Chapter 9
11. Section 10 - Chapter 10
12. Section 11 - Chapter 11
13. Section 12 - Chapter 12
14. Section 13 - Chapter 13
15. Section 14 - Chapter 14
16. Section 15 - Chapter 15
17. Section 16 - Chapter 16
18. Section 17 - Chapter 17
19. Section 18 - Chapter 18
20. Section 19 - Chapter 19
21. Section 20 - Chapter 20
22. Section 21 - Chapter 21
23. Section 22 - Chapter 22
24. Section 23 - Chapter 23
25. Section 24 - Chapter 24
26. Section 25 - Chapter 25
27. Section 26 - Chapter 26
28. Section 27 - Chapter 27
29. Section 28 - Chapter 28
30. Section 29 - Chapter 29
31. Section 30 - Chapter 30
32. Section 31 - NOTE
33. Section 32 - Zanoni Explained

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Summary

Zanoni, a timeless Rosicrucian brother, cannot fall in love without losing his power of immortality; but he does fall in love with Viola Pisani, a promising young opera singer from Naples, the daughter of Pisani, a misunderstood Italian violinist. An English gentleman named Glyndon loves Viola as well, but is indecisive about proposing marriage, and then renounces his love in order to pursue occult study. The story develops in the days of the French Revolution in 1789. Zanoni has lived since the Chaldean civilization. His master Mejnor warns him against a love affair but Zanoni does not heed. He finally marries Viola and they have a child. As Zanoni experiences an increase in humanity, he begins to lose his gift of immortality.(

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