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Oeuvres complètes de lord Byron, Volume 4   By: (1788-1824)

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The fourth volume of Lord Byron's complete works is a treasure trove of his powerful and thought-provoking poetry. From his romantic and passionate love poems to his introspective and melancholic verses, Byron's words have a way of captivating the reader's emotions and taking them on a journey through the complexities of human nature.

One of the standout pieces in this collection is "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage," a long narrative poem that follows the titular character as he travels through Europe in search of meaning and purpose. Byron's vivid descriptions of landscapes and his musings on the fleeting nature of life make this poem a truly immersive experience.

In addition to his poetry, this volume also includes some of Byron's lesser-known works, such as his satirical plays and philosophical essays. These pieces showcase his versatility as a writer and offer a glimpse into the depth of his intellectual curiosity.

Overall, this volume is a must-read for any fan of Romantic poetry or anyone interested in exploring the work of one of the most influential poets of the 19th century. Byron's words have a timeless quality that continues to resonate with readers today, making this collection a valuable addition to any literary library.

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Monsieur Laby de St Aumont, Mazous Laguian.

OEUVRES COMPLÈTES DE LORD BYRON.

IMPRIMERIE DE DONDEY DUPRÉ, Rue St. Louis, n° 46, au Marais.

OEUVRES COMPLÈTES DE LORD BYRON, AVEC NOTES ET COMMENTAIRES, COMPRENANT SES MÉMOIRES PUBLIÉS PAR THOMAS MOORE, ET ORNÉES D'UN BEAU PORTRAIT DE L'AUTEUR.

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PAR M. PAULIN PARIS, DE LA BIBLIOTHÈQUE DU ROI.

TOME QUATRIÈME.

Paris . DONDEY DUPRÉ PÈRE ET FILS, IMPR. LIBR., ÉDITEURS, RUE SAINT LOUIS, N° 46, ET RUE RICHELIEU, N° 47 bis.

1830.

HEURES DE LOISIR, POÈMES COMPOSÉS OU TRADUITS PAR LORD BYRON, MINEUR. [Grec: Mêt' ar me mal' ainee mête ti neikei.] (HOM. Il. c. 249.)

He whistled as he went for want of thought .

(DRYDEN)

Il sifflait, en marchant, à défaut de pensées.

AU TRÈS HONORABLE FRÉDÉRIC, COMTE DE CARLISLE, CHEVALIER DE LA JARRETIÈRE, ETC., ETC. SON PUPILLE RECONNAISSANT ET PARENT AFFECTIONNÉ,

L'AUTEUR.

HEURES DE LOISIR.

I.

DÉPART DE NEWSTEAD ABBEY (1803).

Why dost thou build the hall? son of the winged days! Thou lookest from thy tower to day; yet a few years, and the blast of the desert comes; it howls in thy empty court ... Continue reading book >>


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