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News: 26 April 2019

The Best of Byron - A New Publication from Keats-Shelley House
'She Walks in Beauty' - edited by Professor Duncan Wu, with a preface by Julian Sands. And a Special Offer for Keats-Shelley Friends.

Mad, bad and dangerous to know! Such was the reputation of the author to our exciting new collection of poetry: Lord Byron. 

Edited by Professor Duncan Wu and with a preface by celebrated actor and lover of the English Romantics Julian Sands, this beautiful volume contains some of Byron's most extraordinary works, and a selection of never-before-published portraits and illustrations contemporary to Byron's life from the Paul Betz collection. 

All proceeds of this special book will go to the Keats-Shelley House in Rome, which recieves no official funding from either Britain or Italy. The book will be available exclusively from our gift shop in Rome, or from the Keats-Shelley House online gift shop.

Friends of the Keats-Shelley Memorial Association get a 30% discount on the full price of the book. Please write to info@ksh.roma.it for more information. 

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