Lord Byron and His Contemporaries: Essays from the Sixth International Byron Seminar
This collection of essays represents the most international response to Byron that has yet been published. The contributors discuss Byron's relationship to Wordsworth, Byron's response to Sir Walter Scott and Scotland, Hazlitt's criticism of Byron, and the effects of Byron on nineteenth-century music.
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Byron Scott and Scotland
Byron and William Hazlitt
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