Grosset & Dunlap, 1930 - 596 ページ
The original sources of any life of Byron are his letters and journals, his poems, the biography by Thomas Moore, Lord Lovelace's Astarte, and a certain number of contemporary memoirs. In an appendix at the end of this book will be found the sources of each chapter as well as references for the quotations. A lively translation of Maurois' exciting book on Byron's life.
検索結果1-3 / 83
As to love , that is done in a week ( provided the lady has a reasonable share ) ; besides , marriage goes on better with ... Fletcher , of course , was married , but , emancipated by the mosquitoes and siroccos of the Levant , he was ...
Hadn't he always longed for marriage , ever since Mary Chaworth's day ? Didn't he need quietude ? ... one's idols had said No instead ; however , all that is over ; I suppose a married man never gets anybody else , does he ?
Was marriage , for a time at least , going to chain him to one woman and one only ? Well , so be it : they would act the play out between them . It was untrue that he had married her in any spirit of revenge .
レビュー - レビューを書く
LibraryThing Reviewユーザー レビュー - Pinguis - LibraryThing
This doesn't strictly fit the Penguin theme; read it by mistake. Actually a bit better than Maurois' Shelley. Oh, not reviews? Then here goes. The first superstar, with all the attendant problems. One of the most entertaining biographies I've read in a long time. レビュー全文を読む
LibraryThing Reviewユーザー レビュー - hbergander - LibraryThing
One of the most succeeded biographies about Lord Byron, written by André Maurois, member of the Académie Française レビュー全文を読む