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Byron, Shelley, and Their Pisan Circle

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$65.00 • €48.00

ISBN 9780674287945

Publication Date: 01/01/1952

263 pages


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In his lively account of how Byron, Shelley, and their little circle lived at Pisa, C.L. Cline tells the full story of John Taafie, the Irish exile, for the first time, and throws a great deal of new light on Shelley, Mary Shelley, Byron, Trelawny, Tom Medwin, and the rest of the group. New biographical facts and new letters add to the value of this book.

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