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Author: Lord Byron George Gordon,Leslie A. Marchand
ISBN13: 978-0674089440
Title: Byron's Letters and Journals, Vol. 4: Wedlock's the Devil, 1814-1815
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Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: Belknap Press; 1st edition (January 1, 1975)
Pages: 369

Byron's Letters and Journals, Vol. 4: Wedlock's the Devil, 1814-1815 by Lord Byron George Gordon,Leslie A. Marchand



Personal Name: Byron, George Gordon Byron 1788 - 1824 (DE-588)118518208 (DE-576)160505038. Download Byron's letters and journals. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Byron's letters and journals.

George Gordon Byron was a superb letter-writer: almost all his letters, whatever the subject or whoever the recipient, are enlivened by his wit, his irony, his honesty, and the sharpness of his observation of people. They provide a vivid self-portrait of the man who, of all his contemporaries, seems to express attitudes and feelings most in tune with the twentieth century. George Gordon Byron was a superb letter-writer: almost all his letters, whatever the subject or whoever the recipient, are enlivened by his wit, his irony, his honesty, and the sharpness of his observation of people

The letters of Lord Byron, of which about 3,000 are known, range in date from 1798, when Byron was 10 years old, to 9 April 1824, a few days before he died. They have long received extraordinary critical praise for their wit, spontaneity and sincerity. Many rate Byron as the greatest letter-writer in English literature, and consider his letters comparable or superior to his poems as literary achievements.

George Gordon Byron was a superb letter-writer: almost all his letters, whatever the subject or whoever the recipient, are enlivened by his wit, his irony, hi. .Wedlock's the Devil". Book in the Byron's Letters and Journals Series). Select Format: Hardcover.

George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron, later George Gordon Noel, 6th Baron Byron, commonly known simply as Lord Byron, was an English poet and a leading figure in the Romantic movement. Among Byron’s best-known works are the lengthy narrative poems Don Juan and Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage and the short lyric She Walks in Beauty. He is regarded as one of the greatest British poets and remains widely read and influential. Byron’s Letters and Journals, Volume IV, ‘Wedlock’s the devil’, 1814–1815, (1975). Byron’s Letters and Journals, Volume V, ‘So late into the night’, 1816–1817, (1976). Byron’s Letters and Journals, Volume VI, ‘The flesh is frail’, 1818–1819, (1976). Byron’s Letters and Journals, Volume VII, ‘Between two worlds’, 1820, (1978). Byron’s Letters and Journals, Volume VIII, ‘Born for opposition’, 1821, (1978).

Temporarily out of stock. The late Leslie A. Marchand was Professor of English, Emeritus, Rutgers University. For his lifelong work on Byron, he was given the National Book Critics Circle's Ivan Sandrof Award. Series: Byron's Letters and Journals (Book 1). In addition, they offer a mirror of his own time.

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By Lord Byron, Leslie A. Marchand, Richard Lansdown. Byron's Letters and Journals: A New Selection. By Lord Byron, Leslie A. Byron’s letters and journals match these and go further, to provide, taken as a whole, one of the three great informal autobiographies in English, alongside Samuel Pepys’s diary and James Boswell’s journal. Like those other two works, the occasionally risqué content of Byron’s letters assured them a complex publishing history.

Wedlock's the devil": 1814-1815. The lament of Tasso: supposed to have been written in the dungeon of the lunatic hospital at Ferrara. and notes by Peter Quennell. The life, letters and journals of Lord Byron.

George Gordon Byron was a superb letter-writer: almost all his letters, whatever the subject or whoever the recipient, are enlivened by his wit, his irony, his honesty, and the sharpness of his observation of people. They provide a vivid self-portrait of the man who, of all his contemporaries, seems to express attitudes and feelings most in tune with the twentieth century. In addition, they offer a mirror of his own time. This first collected edition of all Byron’s known letters supersedes Prothero’s incomplete edition at the turn of the century. It includes a considerable number of hitherto unpublished letters and the complete text of many that were bowdlerized by former editors for a variety of reasons. Prothero’s edition included 1,198 letters. This edition has more than 3,000, over 80 percent of them transcribed entirely from the original manuscripts.In this volume, Byron corresponds with writers such as Thomas Moore, Coleridge, Leigh Hunt, and “Monk” Lewis; with John Murray about the publication of The Corsair, Lara, and The Hebrew Melodies; and with many personal friends. A new interest is his association with the Drury Lane Theater. The crucial events of his private life at this time are his engagement to Anabella Milbanke and their marriage early in 1815―a marriage that was to last little more than a year. Especially revelatory are his letters to his fiancée and those to his long-time confidante, Lady Melbourne.Volume IV includes all the letters from the beginning of 1814 to the end of 1815.