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Byron, Hobhouse and Foscolo new documents in the history of a collaboration by Eric Reginald Pearce Vincent

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Published by Octagon Books in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824.,
  • Broughton, John Cam Hobhouse, Baron, 1786-1869.,
  • Foscolo, Ugo, 1778-1827.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby E. R. Vincent.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR4357 .V5 1972
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 134 p.
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4583408M
ISBN 100374980845
LC Control Number77159235

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Originally published in , this book is concerned with the various collaborations between John Hobhouse, Lord Byron and Ugo Foscolo, which occurred around the . Byron, Hobhouse, and Foscolo: New Documents in the History of a Collaboration Byron, Hobhouse, and Foscolo: New Documents in the History of a Collaboration Trueblood, Paul Graham a philosophizing minority study history, but because an exploited majority are in process of winning freedom and wealth. (Conversely, it may be argued that ideas of primitivism emerge because from. Byron, Hobhouse and Foscolo: New Documents in the History of a Collaboration. By E. R. VINCENT. Pp. viii+ Cambridge: University Press, Ios. 6d. net. The unusual partie de trois which is the subject of Professor Vincent's book provides an amusing footnote to both English and Italian literary history. In.   Byron and Italy tackles a subject to which no book has been devoted exclusively since the early s. Peter Cochran writes not just about Byron's relationships with Italian literature, not just about his relationships with Italian women, and not just about his relationship with Italian by: 3.

On 31 October Hobhouse records, “Byron is writing a long poem in the Spenserian stanza” – the first reference to Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage. Prior to its publication, Hobhouse had seen Byron as his poetic equal. Lines in the first edition of English Bards and Scotch Reviewers () are by him. In their absence from England File Size: KB. Byron and Italy tackles a subject to which no book has been devoted exclusively since the early s. Peter Cochran writes not just about Byron's relationships with Italian literature, not just about his relationships with Italian women, and not just about his relationship with Italian politics. Foscolo planned a book on the matter, which one of Hobhouse’s sisters – to whom he proposed without success – helped him translate. The British Library (c. aa 24) has a text of this work, entitled Narrative of events illustrating the fortunes and cession of Parga translated in part by Sara Matilda Hobhouse. The copy is inscribed “To. Byron and Hobby-O is about the relationship between Byron and his supposed best friend, John Cam Hobhouse. It is the first full-length biographical study of Hobhouse in over fifty years, and is much franker and more intimate than anything preceding. It shows how, while the two men were initially collaborators and rivals, Byron rapidly outstretched Hobhouse in poetry, while Hobhouse, in the 5/5(1).