by Benjamin Disraeli
Publisher: Henry Colburn 1837
Number of pages: 400
This story is extremely well written and engaging. It mangles and entangles the histories of Lord Byron and Percy Bysshe Shelley so it can not be said to be a true story, but it is a thinly veiled fiction about these two poets.
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