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By Piya Pal-Lapinski,M. Green

This interdisciplinary assortment explores the divergence or convergence of freedom and terror in various Byron's works. not easy the binary competition of historicism and demanding concept, it combines topical debates in a way that's delicate either to the conditions in their emergence and to their relevance for the twenty-first century.

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