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The Last Attachment: The Story of Byron and Teresa Guiccioli

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Product description

Excellent condition, pages bright and unmarked throughout, cover and spine undamaged.

The overlapping stories of Byron's five year love affair with a married 19 year old Italian Countess and his involvement in the Italian revolutionary movement is told here in vivid and loving detail. Described by Clive Bell of the Spectator as fascinating... an exciting and complex story admirably told,' this edition contains over 100 letters written by Byron to Teresa providing real insight into the labyrinth of Italian social and political life of the time, including Byron's part in the Italian revolutionary movement which led to his last adventure in Greece.'

Item details

Author(s):
Iris Origo
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1885586507
ISBN-13:
9781885586506
Publisher:
Turtle Point

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Excellent condition, pages bright and unmarked throughout, cover and spine undamaged.

The overlapping stories of Byron's five year love affair with a married 19 year old Italian Countess and his involvement in the Italian revolutionary movement is told here in vivid and loving detail. Described by Clive Bell of the Spectator as fascinating... an exciting and complex story admirably told,' this edition contains over 100 letters written by Byron to Teresa providing real insight into the labyrinth of Italian social and political life of the time, including Byron's part in the Italian revolutionary movement which led to his last adventure in Greece.'

Author(s):
Iris Origo
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1885586507
ISBN-13:
9781885586506
Publisher:
Turtle Point

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