The Place of Lord Byron in World History: Studies in His Life, Writings, and Influence. Selected Papers from the XXXV International Byron Conference.
Ed. and intro. Nic Panagopoulos, Athens University και Maria Schoina, Aristotle University. Foreword by Peter W. Graham, Virginia Tech. Lampeter, Wales: Edwin Mellen Press, 2013. ISBN: 978-0-7734-2931-4.
The volume includes selected papers from the 35th International Byron conference that took place in September 2009 in Athens and Messolonghi -Greece, under the title of “Byron and History” and was organised by the Messolonghi Byron Society. The twenty-nine essays seek to establish the centrality of history to Byron’s work, life and thought and include contributions by: Maria Kalinowska, Mirosława Modrzewska, Maria Schoina, Marcin Leszczyński, Vitana Kostadinova, Peter Cochran, Innes Merabishvili, Ivan Pregnolato, Ekaterini Douka-Kabitoglou, Michael O’Neill, Naji Queijan, J.C. Potts, Marc Sandy, Jerome J. McGann, Jack D’Amico, Madeleine Callaghan, Argyros Protopapas, Joan Blythe, John Clubbe, Nic Panagopoulos, Young-Ok An, Reiko Yoshida, Anna Camilleri, Andrew Stauffer, Caroline Franklin, Alice Levine, Nicholas Meihuizen, She-Ru Kao and Anahit Bekaryan.
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