George Gordon Byron

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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$81.50
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$81.50
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$81.50
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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