The Works of Lord Byron by Lord Byron
Letters and Journals. Vol. 1

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Two great collections of Byron's letters have been already printed. In Moore's 'Life', which appeared in 1830, 561 were given. These, in FitzGreene Halleck's American edition of Byron's 'Works', published in 1847, were increased to 635.

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Byron was a poet, born in London. He spent his first 10 years in poor surroundings, but then inherited his great uncles title and went to Dulwich, Harrow and Cambridge. An early collection of poem, Hours of Idleness was badly reviewed, which he then set on a grand tour, visiting Spain, Greece, and the Aegean. He then published the popular Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, and became the darling of London Society. He gave active help to the Italian insurgents who had risen agaisnt the Turks. He died of a fever at Missolonghi.
Published March 24, 2011 by John Murray. 386 pages
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