Mirror of Literature,  10 (1827), 229–31.

Anecdotes of Ugo Foscolo, the Italian Poet



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    Observes that Foscolo's mouth was 'drooping, in the way that physiognomists dislike, but his forehead was splendid in the extreme; large, smooth, and exemplifying all the power of thought and reasoning, for which his mind was so remarkable' (229).

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