Byron's Aberdeen. People, Places and a Poem
By William J.P. Neish
The Book Guild, UK
330 pages, illustrated
$25.95 paper original
Presented as a tribute to William Duncan, who taught Lord Byron during his boyhood in Aberdeen, this book uses every means to investigate a poem believed to be written by Byron. It uncovers new material about the poet as well as his contemporaries, along with a history of the city of Aberdeen.
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