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Posted June 8, 2000
Trelawny provides a very exacting description of Shelley and his inspired reclusion from things general and mundane. Trelawny's prose is equally enjoyable to follow and suggests a candence to the life of the Circle's members that is unforgettable, though sometimes his artifice seems to be almost at the mercy of providing a good story rather than telling things with absolute verity. Question Tre's words, but do not doubt the seemingly divine quality of Shelley, and the occasionally pessimistic, though cavalier mind of Byron. No living friend of these poets ever doubted this. Highly recommended.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.