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Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! George Gordon Noel Byron, 6th Baron Byron of Rochdale is one of the central writers of British Romanticism and his 'Byronic' hero - the charming, dashing, rebellious outsider - remains a literary archetype. But to what extent is this character a portrayal of the author himself? Byron was known for his extremely unconventional, eccentric character and his extravagant and flamboyant lifestyle: he had numerous scandalous love affairs, including a suspiciously close relationship with his half-sister Augusta Leigh.

Lady Caroline Lamb, one of his lovers, famously described him as 'mad, bad and dangerous to know'. This two-volume work, compiled by his friend Thomas Moore, to whom Byron had given his manuscript memoirs which he later burnt , was published in Volume 1 gives an account of Byron's early life, including his time as a star of the literary scene in London, and ends with his departure from the country in George Gordon Byron, who is usually referred to as Lord Byron, was a prominent British writer, most famous for the influence of his poetry on the romantic movement that originated in the eighteenth century.

Byron was also the 6th Baron of the Byron family, hence his being known as Lord Byron. The title of Lord is typically given formally to a baron in England. He was born on January 22nd in London. Byron was to be one of the most illustrious poets of British literary history. Even though his writing style was quite classical, he would become one of the great figures of British Romanticism together with William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Shelley and Keats.

Help Centre. My Wishlist Sign In Join. Be the first to write a review. Add to Wishlist. Ships in 10 to 15 business days. Link Either by signing into your account or linking your membership details before your order is placed. Description Table of Contents Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! All Rights Reserved. Chew p John Miller. Modern half calf, marbled boards. Santucho p With an Introduction, notes, and a bibliography by Andrew Boyle.

Illustrations in the text are after George Cruikshank. Cloth spine, very slightly darkened, marbled boards. Edition limited to copies. Half green calf, marbled boards. Spine relaid and new endpapers. With the stamp of the Mercantile Library, Philadelphia on the title page and a further 5 pages throughout the book. The final page has been trimmed on the fore-edge unevenly. With the bookplate of J O Edwards. The author's surname has a variant spelling of Swifte. The Dedication to Lord Byron occupies 12 pages.

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A good, reasonable copy. Elkin Mathews Catalogue Unknown to Chew and Wise. Henry Colburn.

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Full green morocco with gilt decoration, all edges gilt. Hinges very slightly rubbed. Lacking adverts. Wise Vol 2, p77; Chew p The first lengthy and ambitious biography. Shelley wrote to Leigh Hunt on 24th June 'Lord Byron, I hear, is in a state of supernatural fever about some lying memoirs published of him'.

A very good copy. For the Proprietors by W. March 3 - March 31 Santucho p. The Dining Hall print is stamped R. Humming Earth. ISBN From the library of a Byron academic with some pencil markings in the margins. James Cawthorn. Original boards, spine repaired in cloth with remains of label. Chew p No pagination. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued. Internally a clean copy. Published by the Italian State Tourist Department.

Samuel Palmer. Later red cloth, marked. Original wrapper bound in at rear. Wise Vol 2, Chew has a footnote that states 'According to the catalogue of the Harvard Library this book was compiled by its publisher, Samuel Palmer.

Hamilton, Adams and Co. Modern cloth with spine label. Pages slightly browned and frail.

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Wise, Vol 2. Modern quarter cloth, boards, front board label. The work is spurious. Byron wrote to Murray on 22nd July "I need hardly say that I know nothing of all this trash London; Nottingham. Frontis, 1 plate. Contemporary cloth binding, rather crudely done, slightly grubby.

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Original blue cloth with gilt lettering, spine slightly dulled. Later endpapers. They list the author as Grant but with no further information. The author describes the book as 'a series of rough sketches and shorthand notes taken at the time, and many on the spot, woven together for the purpose of forming a detailed account of my experiences and impressions during my Eastern tour of - Very occasionally the text is illustrated with a literary quote and sometime it is Byron.

Apart from the use of Childe Harold as a pseudonym there is very little that is Byronic in the book. August 9, Santucho p Contemporary cloth. Randolph p Caxton Press. Printed in double columns. Corporation of Nottingham. Frontis, 10 plates. Original wrappers, frayed.

Half green morocco, marbled boards. Spine faded, otherwise a very good copy. Saunders hand made paper. Compiled by the staff of Nottingham Public Libraries. The Pamphleteer. Modern marble wrapper rather tightly bound affecting text on the first two pages at the inner margin. Bowles Strictures on Pope. Frontis, illustrated. Cloth, slightly marked. Hucknall Parish Church. A good copy. Half calf, marbled boards, slightly rubbed.

Half title lacking. With the bookplate of Gordon C. Chew says " Incoherent as most of this satire is, the piece is of unusual significance, for the character of the younger Juan, in its brutal, cynical faithfulness and egotism, is the nearest approach to the true Don Juan tradition that has appeared in England since Shadwell's Libertine and the Lovelace of Richardson. Blue cloth, spine darkened. With an Introduction and Notes by the Editor. Princeton University Press. Cloth spine, slightly faded.

With Introduction by the Rev. Francis Griffiths. Red cloth. Some foxing throughout, endpapers badly browned. Illustration of the author? Wise Vol 2 p Engraved from Original Paintings under the superintendence of W. Demy 4to. Full calf with gilt decoration. All edges gilt. Some slight foxing. Spines slightly rubbed and faded. Finden's Byron Beauties - No pagination. Bound to match Finden's Illustrations of the Life and Works. Head of spine slightly more rubbed than the other three volumes.

A ggod set. Coleridge p Frontis's, 13 plates and plans, some folded. Full tan morocco with gilt decoration, hinges rubbed but firm, spines chipped at head and slightly sunned. A new edition. With the bookplate of 'Charles W. Sir David Dundas Knt. This is dated 25 July Howard's grandfather, was Byron's guardian. This edition is the fourth edition of Hobhouse's A Journey through Albania first published in Quarter green calf, slightly garish, Original paper spine label, worn, tipped in on rear endpapers.

Wise Vol 2, p86, Chew p First performed at the Adelphi Theatre, December 1st John Dicks. Stitched as issued, partly unpened. Dicks' Standard Plays No. The text appears to bear little relationship to that of the 2nd edition of Marsh and Miller. Stabbed as issued. Slightly grubby. Original green cloth, slightly marked.

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Title page clipped, not affecting text, where a name has been removed. Tinsley Brothers. Green cloth, slight wear to head of spine. Johns Hopkins Press. New York. Cloth, spine faded. Originally published Typed text. Stapled as issued. Frontis, 12 illustrations. James Robins and Co.

Frontis, engraved title, 1 facsimile, 8 plates by Cruikshank. Modern cloth. Badly foxed in parts especially on the plates. Frontis, engraved title dated , dedication leaf, facsimile and 8 plates. Modern contemporary style quarter calf, marbled boards, new endpapers. Bound in between facsimile and p.

The article is about Byron's fried Francis Hodgson. Printed on poor quality paper so quite foxed but a good copy. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. Printed wrapper, ring bound. Frontis's to all vols. Vol VI of the Letters has a badly dampstained back board, this does not affect the text. Poetry - 7 vols edited by Ernest Hartley Coleridge. From the library of Alex Bridge with his bookplate Wise Vol 2, p Original boards and spines, worn. A New Edition. Foreword by Anne Barton.

Front endpaper browned. For the New Spalding Club. Original brown cloth, slightly marked. Contributors are Paul M. Universite de Moncton. The majority of papers are in English. Charles Knight.

Facsimile frontis. Half modern contemporary calf, marbled boards. Half calf, cloth boards. Spine slightly worn around head. Some foxing. Slightly shabby, lacking half title. Frontis in Vol I. The publication of this book was stopped in England by a decree obtained by Byron's executors in the Court of Chancery. Verlag von Dr. Later wrapper. Single small library stamp on title page. Chez Ladvocat. Vignette on title page. Quarter calf, marbled boards, slightly rubbed. Light foxing throughout. With typescript english translation. Original printed wrapper. George G. Brown cloth. Longo Editore.

Text in Italian. Medium 4to. Sans Pareil. Paperback with tissue wrapper, torn. Fro the library of Alex Bridge with his bookplate. Verlag von Joh. Urban Kern. Original paper wrapper. Ex-Library with stamp on title page. Top of spine selotaped. Slightly frail. The author quotes extensively from Byron's poetry.

Cambridge University Press. From the library of a Byron academic with some pencil marginalia. Edited from the author's typescript by Peter Thomson. Le Cercle du Livre. Facsimile frontis - Vol 2, 1 plate - Vol 1. Printed wrappers, spine faded Vol 1. Book Guild Publishing. A very good bright, clean copy. Old Forge Press; Ditchling Press. Old Forge Press. From the library of a Byron academic with a very few pencil and red biro markings in the margins.

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Original cloth, spine relaid. The National Library conducted by the Rev G. Gleig, assisted by Various Eminent Writers. Life of Lord Byron by John Galt. A very small amount of minor foxing. Engraved title, title, xii, Full calf, spine labels chipped, hinges slightly rubbed 1st edition. Quarter modern blue calf, cloth boards. George Davey. No front free endpaper. Johnson Contains a Poem - Reflections at Newstead. Articles from the works of David V. Erdman, Malcolm Kelsall, G. Wilson Knight, A. England, Jerome Christensen, Jerome J. McGann, Peter J. Manning, Caroline Franklin, Susan J.

Wolfson, David Eggenschweiler, Wolf Z. Hirst, Daniel M. Liverpool University Press. Liverpool English Texts and Studies. A few pencil marks in the margins. Frontis, vignette on title page. Last leaf slightly dusty. Occasional faint markings in the margins. Wise Vol2, p85; Chew p One of the earliest biographies to appear after the news of the poet's death reached England. Itwas announced as published in Blackwood's June William Crofts.

Later half calf, boards. Top of front hinge beginning to crack but still firm. Last few leaves slightly foxed. Half title present. Austin, Texas. The University of Texas Press. Frontis, 6 plates. Royal 8vo. Blue cloth, slightly darkened. No of a limited edition of copies. Lanham, Maryland. Paperback, fading on front edge of front wrapper. Privately for the Author. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Local Interest Series No. Full calf, spine dry, hinges cracked but holding. Title page foxed.. A reasonable copy. Folded, black edged and written on 2 sides. Headed Berkeley Square, dated Apr.

The texts reads 'Sir John Hobhouse presents his compliments to Sir John Philippart and regrets that he has no other answer to give to the letter which he has received this morning than that which he has repeatedly sent to Sir John Philippart on the subject to which it refers. Sir John Hobhouse has neither the power nor the right of interference in that matter - but if referred to by those who have he will be very ready to give his opinion of Sir John Philipparts official services during the time he was Secretary at War.

The paper is watermarked Price inc VAT. Thomas Tegg. Frontis, Title off set. Original printed boards. New Edition. Howard's Beauties of Literature. Kohler Universitat Gesamthochschule. Boards, cloth spine. Text in German. A very good, clean copy. Original cloth, very slightly marked.. Front hinge of Volume 1 slightly tender. Wise Vol 2, p92, Chew p Frontis, facsimile, 4 plates. Half calf, boards.