The Last Attachment , the Story of Byron and Teresa Guiccioli as Told in Their Unpublished Letters and Other Family Papers

By: Origo, Iris

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The Last Attachment , the Story of Byron and Teresa Guiccioli as Told in Their Unpublished Letters and Other Family Papers by Origo, Iris
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London: Jonathan Cape, 1949. 800 g; 534 pages, includes appendix, bibliography, notes to the text, and index. Frontispiece, and 6 other black-and-white illustrations. In original blue cloth covered boards shows signs of flecking on front, rear and spine, with lots of colour to the top and bottom of spine section where the dustjacket is no longer extant. Foxing to the front and rear end pages, traces of foxing to the front edge of the textblock. Untrimmed bottom edge of textblock. The jacket has some loss and numerous short tears. Now protected. The Marchesa Origo here presents a new portrait of Byron -- new because its source is unpublished material. Byron, in an Italian setting and seen through contemporary Italian eyes, is shown getting deeper and deeper into the labyrinth of Italian social and political life, only to find himself alone again at last, in the centre of the maze.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good/Damaged -- Price Clipped. Illus. by Various. 8 vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Biography -- Poet.

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