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By Robert Polito

This identify, first released in 1987, contains of 3 essays which study Lord Byron’s poetry. a few of Byron’s most renowned poems are tested, together with Don Juan and Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. This name might be of curiosity to scholars of literature.

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