Byron the Maker: Byron in England
Book Guild, 2006 - 294 pages
Teresa Guiccioli, the last love of Byron's life, complained after his death that all the biographies on Byron were based on hostile English books. In this book, Anne Fleming allows one of the world's most original literary figures to tell his own story.
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