The Plays of Lord Byron: Critical Essays

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Liverpool University Press, 1997 - Literary Criticism - 399 pages
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Presenting well-known and foundational essays on Lord Byron's dramas alongside writings that are recent or difficult to obtain, this work brings together some of the best 20th-century essays on this topic.

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Robert F. Gleckner is a professor of English at Duke University. He is the author of "The Piper and the Bard: A Study of William Blake," "Byron and the Ruins of Paradise," "Blake's Prelude: "Poetical Sketches"" and "Blake and Spenser,

Bernard Beatty is academic editor of "The Byron Journal," published by Liverpool University Press for the Byron Society, and the author of" Byron's Don Juan." Charles Robinson is professor of English Romanticism at the University of Delaware and executive director of the Byron Society of America. He is the author of "Byron and Shelley: The Snake and Eagle Wreathed in Fight.

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