The Complete Works
Volume 12, Letters and Journals. Vol. VeBook - 2009
Lord Byron remains, as he was to many of his contemporaries, the defining personality of his age and time, the quintessential late-Romantic: one whose life matched the freedom of imagination and possibility of his poetry, charismatic, irresistible, shocking and, of course, dying young. The full range of his work, however, reveals a less straightforward and less stereotypical writer than this: a thinker as well as a feeler, a poet rather than merely a sensationalist, someone who justifies his ...
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2009
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiii, 344 pages)
Alternative Title: Letters and journals. Vol. V