Recollections of the life of Lord Byron, from the year 1808 to the end of 1814: exhibiting his early character and opinions, detailing the progress of his literary career, and including various unpublished passages of his works. Taken from authentic documents, in the possession of the author
C. Knight, 1824 - 352 pages
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