The Byron Journal

Auden and Byron

The Byron Journal (1984), 12, (1), 17–30.

Abstract

If William Stewart Rose had arrived in Venice in September, 1817, with nothing but the magnesia and the red tooth powder Byron's publisher, John Murray, had sent him, Byron would probably be considered today a very minor poet.

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Luftig, Victor