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Chapter 1. Remembering an underground passage leading away from the castle , she decides to seek sanctuary at the church of St.
Her journey to the Chapter 2. Theodore nobly but impetuously declares he is prepared to sacrifice his life. Before Jerome can Chapter 3. Manfred agrees to let Theodore live and has Jerome see who is waiting outside the castle.
Eager to reassert Chapter 4. As he is being cared for, Chapter 5. On their way back to the castle , Manfred worries about what he is convinced is a love affair between Isabella and Theodore, The monks and Theodore are bringing Matilda to the castle , with Manfred following behind in despair. Hippolita, who had heard the news, rushes toward the As soon as Theodore steps out, part of the castle walls behind Manfred crash down, and a giant ghost-like image of Alfonso appears over the Cite This Page.
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Manfred, Prince of Otranto, had one son and one daughter: Conrad, the son, was three years younger, a homely youth, sickly, and of no promising disposition; yet he was the darling of his father, who never showed any symptoms of affection to Matilda. Hippolita, his wife, an amiable lady, did sometimes venture to represent the danger of marrying their only son so early, considering his great youth, and greater infirmities; but she never received any other answer than reflections on her own sterility, who had given him but one heir.
His tenants and subjects were less cautious in their discourses. Yet these mysteries, or contradictions, did not make the populace adhere the less to their opinion. The company was assembled in the chapel of the Castle, and everything ready for beginning the divine office, when Conrad himself was missing.
Manfred, impatient of the least delay, and who had not observed his son retire, despatched one of his attendants to summon the young Prince. He said nothing, but pointed to the court. The company were struck with terror and amazement. The Princess Hippolita, without knowing what was the matter, but anxious for her son, swooned away. Manfred, less apprehensive than enraged at the procrastination of the nuptials, and at the folly of his domestic, asked imperiously what was the matter?
Manfred, who began to be alarmed at not seeing his son, went himself to get information of what occasioned this strange confusion. Matilda remained endeavouring to assist her mother, and Isabella stayed for the same purpose, and to avoid showing any impatience for the bridegroom, for whom, in truth, she had conceived little affection. He gazed without believing his sight. Yet his silence lasted longer than even grief could occasion.
He fixed his eyes on what he wished in vain to believe a vision; and seemed less attentive to his loss, than buried in meditation on the stupendous object that had occasioned it.