The Plays of Lord Byron: Critical Essays

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Robert F. Gleckner, Robert Gleckner, Bernard G. Beatty
Liverpool University Press, 1997 - 399 páginas
A collection of 18 classic and rare essays from the 20th century and a comprehensive bibliography of all recent writings on each of Byron's plays. Some important critical views have been excluded in order to include consideration of all the plays. Among the topics are the history of Byron's ambition and fear of writing for the stage, The Two Foscari, Sardanapalus, Byron's lapse into orthodoxy with Cain, and the devil as doppelganger in The Deformed Transformed. Distributed in the US by ISBS. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Venice Preserved MALCOLM KELSALL
33
Marino Faliero
69
Byrons Marino Faliero and the Force
87
Marino Faliero and the Fault of Byrons Satire
114
The Two Foscari
133
The Two Foscari
151
Sardanapalus
181
Effeminate Character SUSAN J WOLFSON
201
an Unorthodox
253
Byron and the Mark of Cain
273
Orthodoxy and Unorthodoxy in Heaven and Earth
291
The Devil as Doppelgänger in The Deformed
321
The Ideological Dimensions of Byrons
347
Werner PETER J MANNING
363
Bibliography
379
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Byrons Cain and the Antimythological Myth
233

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