The Recollections of the Last Days of Shelley and Byron
Vividly recalled and brilliantly recorded, Edward Trelawney's intimate, affecting account of Shelley and Byron at the peak of their poetic powers takes these two magnetic personalities out of the shadows of their exile and into the light of his acute memory. From 1821, at Pisa, when Trelawney fell into the literary circle of the impulsive Shelley and charismatic Byron, this three-year tale follows both poets to their early, untimely ends.
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