BYRON'S LETTERS AND JOURNALS
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume IV: ‘Wedlock’s the devil,’ 1814–1815 in HARDCOVER

Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume IV: ‘Wedlock’s the devil,’ 1814–1815

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$81.50 • £65.95 • €73.50

ISBN 9780674089440

Publication Date: 01/01/1975

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378 pages

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Belknap Press

Byron's Letters and Journals

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  • Editorial Note
  • Byron Chronology
  • Text of the Letters (January 1, 1814–December 31, 1815)
  • Appendix
    • I. List of Letters and Sources
    • II. List of Forgeries of Byron’s Letters
    • III. Bibliography for Volume IV
    • IV. Biographical Sketch for Volume IV
  • Index of Proper Names

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