The Works Of Lord Byron

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CHAPTER XXII. The Palazzo Guiccioli, Ravenna, January— October, 1821. Representation Of Marino Faliero—Collapse Of Revolutionary Movement In Italy—Letters Against Bowles's Criticism Of Pope—Exile Of The Gambas—Death Of ...
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CHAPTER XXII. The Palazzo Guiccioli, Ravenna, January— October, 1821. Representation Of Marino Faliero—Collapse Of Revolutionary Movement In Italy—Letters Against Bowles's Criticism Of Pope—Exile Of The Gambas—Death Of Keats—Sardanapalus, The Two Foscari, And Cain—Shelley's Visit To Byron At Ravenna—"the Irish Avatar" The Vision Of Judgment. 858.—To Thomas Moore. Ravenna, January 2, 1821. Your entering into my project for the Memoir, is pleasant to me. But I doubt (contrary to me my dear Mad" Mac F V whom I always loved, and always shall—not only because I really did feel attached to her personally, but because she and about a dozen others of that sex were all who stuck by me in the grand conflict of 1815)—but I doubt, I say, whether the Memoir could appear in my lifetime;—and, indeed, I had rather it did not; for a man always looks dead after his Life has appeared, and I should certes not survive the appearance of mine. The first part I cannot consent to alter, even 1. Probably Madame de Flahault, nic Mercer (see Letters, vol. iii. p. 253, note I). 1821.] MADAME DE STAEL. 21J although Madame de S[tael]'s opinion of B. C. and my remarks upon Lady C.'s beauty (which is surely great, and I suppose that I have said so—at least, I ought) should go down to our grandchildren in unsophisticated nakedness. As to Madame de S[tael], I am by no means bound to be her beadsman—she was always more civil to me in person than during my absence. Our dear defunct friend, Monk Lewis, who was too great a bore ever to lie, assured me upon his tiresome word of honour, that at Florence, the said Madame de S[tael] was open-moutfed against me; and when asked, in Switzerland, why she had changed her opinion, replied, with laudable sincerity, that I had named her in a son...
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  • ISBN-13: 9781172801534
  • Publisher: Nabu Press
  • Publication date: 5/24/2011
  • Pages: 826
  • Product dimensions: 7.44 (w) x 9.69 (h) x 1.64 (d)

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CHAPTER XXII. The Palazzo Guiccioli, Ravenna, January October, 1821. Representation Of Marino FalieroCollapse Of Revolutionary Movement In ItalyLetters Against Bowles's Criticism Of PopeExile Of The GambasDeath Of KeatsSardanapalus, The Two Foscari, And CainShelley's Visit To Byron At Ravenna"the Irish Avatar" The Vision Of Judgment. 858.To Thomas Moore. Ravenna, January 2, 1821. Your entering into my project for the Memoir, is pleasant to me. But I doubt (contrary to me my dear Mad" Mac F V whom I always loved, and always shallnot only because I really did feel attached to her personally, but because she and about a dozen others of that sex were all who stuck by me in the grand conflict of 1815)but I doubt, I say, whether the Memoir could appear in my lifetime;and, indeed, I had rather it did not; for a man always looks dead after his Life has appeared, and I should certes not survive the appearance of mine. The first part I cannot consent to alter, even 1. Probably Madame de Flahault, nic Mercer (see Letters, vol. iii. p. 253, note I). 1821.] MADAME DE STAEL. 21J although Madame de S[tael]'s opinion of B. C. and my remarks upon Lady C.'s beauty (which is surely great, and I suppose that I have said soat least, I ought) should go down to our grandchildren in unsophisticated nakedness. As to Madame de S[tael], I am by no means bound to be her beadsmanshe was always more civil to me in person than during my absence. Our dear defunct friend, Monk Lewis, who was too great a bore ever to lie, assured me upon his tiresome word of honour, that at Florence, the said Madame de S[tael] was open-moutfed against me; and when asked, in Switzerland, why she had changed her opinion, replied,with laudable sincerity, that I had named her in a son...
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