Leslie A. Marchand

The late Leslie A. Marchand was Professor of English, Emeritus, Rutgers University. For his lifelong work on Byron, he was given the National Book Critics Circle’s Ivan Sandrof Award.

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Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume XII: ‘The trouble of an index,’ IndexByron's Letters and Journals, Volume XII: ‘The trouble of an index,’ IndexByron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER04/09/1982$81.50
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume XI: ‘For freedom’s battle,’ 1823–1824Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume XI: ‘For freedom’s battle,’ 1823–1824Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER07/15/1981$81.50
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume X: ‘A heart for every fate,’ 1822–1823Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume X: ‘A heart for every fate,’ 1822–1823Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER06/06/1980$81.50
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume IX: ‘In the wind’s eye,’ 1821–1822Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume IX: ‘In the wind’s eye,’ 1821–1822Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER01/01/1979$84.00
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume VIII: ‘Born for opposition,’ 1821Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume VIII: ‘Born for opposition,’ 1821Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER11/09/1978$84.00
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume VII: ‘Between two worlds,’ 1820Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume VII: ‘Between two worlds,’ 1820Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER01/01/1978$81.50
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume V: ‘So late into the night,’ 1816–1817Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume V: ‘So late into the night,’ 1816–1817Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER01/01/1976$81.50
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume VI: ‘The flesh is frail,’ 1818–1819Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume VI: ‘The flesh is frail,’ 1818–1819Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER01/01/1976$84.00
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume IV: ‘Wedlock’s the devil,’ 1814–1815Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume IV: ‘Wedlock’s the devil,’ 1814–1815Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER01/01/1975$81.50
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume III: ‘Alas! the love of women,’ 1813–1814Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume III: ‘Alas! the love of women,’ 1813–1814Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER01/01/1974$81.50
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume I: ‘In my hot youth,’ 1798–1810Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume I: ‘In my hot youth,’ 1798–1810Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER01/01/1973$81.50
Cover: Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume II: ‘Famous in my time,’ 1810–1812Byron's Letters and Journals, Volume II: ‘Famous in my time,’ 1810–1812Byron, George Gordon
Marchand, Leslie A.
HARDCOVER01/01/1973$81.50
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