His Very Self and Voice: Collected Conversations of Lord Byron
Macmillan, 1954 - Всего страниц: 676
"One hundred and fifty of ... [Byron's] contemporaries record not only his spoken words, but the intonations of his voice, his facial expressions, his gestures, his restless and fleeting moods"--Cover.
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