Byron: Selected Poetry and Prose
Psychology Press, 1995 - 400 ページ
Donald A. Low's edition of Byron's selected poetry and prose takes a look at the man who described himself as 'born for opposition'. It contains Byron's most subversive, spirited and playful poetry as well as his outspoken prose, including speeches in the House of Lords which show him campaigning vigorously for justice in all walks of life. With helpful and informative annotation and a full bibliography to assist further reading, this edition will be an essential study aid for all students of Byron and the Romantics.
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