Byron: The Making of a Myth
Bodley Head, 1988 - 187 Seiten
Stephen Coote has written a biography of Lord Byron, focusing on the man behind the myth. Byron was an enigma in his own lifetime. Since his death the public's view of him has swung between admiration and fascinated disapproval - from feted poet to ostracised libertine, from debauched exile to heroic freedom fighter and finally to cult figure.
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A BYRON ALL OVER
A GOOD SORT OF FELLOW
CHILDE HAROLDS PILGRIMAGE
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