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Selected Poetry of Lord Byron

Written by Lord George G. Byron
Edited by Leslie A. Marchand
Introduction by Thomas M. Disch


Selected Poetry of Lord Byron
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Category: Poetry - Single Author - British & Irish
Imprint: Modern Library
Format: Trade Paperback
Pub Date: April 2002
Price: $17.00
Can. Price: $20.00
ISBN: 978-0-375-75814-0 (0-375-75814-3)
Pages: 768
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Poet, celebrity, and revolutionary, Lord (George Gordon) Byron was one of the most influential and controversial figures of the first half of the nineteenth century, his distinctive, deeply felt work comprising one of the enduring high points of Romantic literature. From “Manfred,” with its evocation of the figure that came to be called the “Byronic hero,” to the melancholy “Childe Harold,” to the satirical masterpiece “Don Juan” (presented here in judiciously selected form), this Modern Library Paperback Classic includes all of the essential Byron.

“His capricious imagination rises . . . to heights that none can reach without wings.”—Victor Hugo



ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 
Leslie A. Marchand, one of the foremost Byron scholars of the twentieth century, was general editor of the authoritative twelve-volume edition of Byron’s Letters and Journals.

Thomas M. Disch is the author of ten books of poetry and more than fifteen novels, including, most recently, Camp Concentration. He lives in upstate New York.





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