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6759Fwd: BYRON Onlne version of Byron and politics exhibition

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  • Nancy Mayer
    Nov 30, 2013
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      I WILL BE SENDING OUT A FEW BYRON ANNOUNCEMENTS—HERE IS HE FIRST THAT CONCERNS THE Online version of Byron and politics exhibition, accessible at

       

      http://www.kingscollections.org/exhibitions/specialcollections/byron/

       

      THIS IS WORTH A VIRTUAL TRIP TO THE URL.

      Charles E. Robinson

      English Dept

      Univ of Delaware

      robinson@udel.edu

       

      Byron & politics: ‘born for opposition’

      Photograph of case 1 from the exhibition with
reflection from the Weston Room's stained glass
windows visible on the case glass.Byron & politics: ‘born for opposition’. Jointly mounted by the John Murray Archive of the National Library of Scotland and the Foyle Special Collections Library of King’s College London.This online exhibition recreates an exhibition held in the Weston Room, Maughan Library, King’s College London, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1LR (24 June - 25 September 2013), in conjunction with the 39th International Byron Conference at King’s College London (1-6 July 2013).

      Jointly mounted by the John Murray Archive of the National Library of Scotland and the Foyle Special Collections Library of King’s College London.

      Manuscript of Byron’s Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage,
Canto III, stanzas 21-22.Manuscript of Byron’s Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, Canto III, stanzas 21-22, NLS Ms.43325, f.10r. See item 24.Exhibition organised & catalogue prepared by

      David McClay
      National Library of Scotland

      Stephanie Breen,
      Katie Sambrook
      Foyle Special Collections Library, King’s College London

      Roderick Beaton
      Centre for Hellenic Studies, King’s College London

      Christine Kenyon Jones
      Department of English, King’s College London