Wesleyan Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 4 (1825), 52.

Lord Byron



Introduction; Extract, Review

Publications extracted:

Universal Review


Death, Dissection

    The extracted review of recent works on Byron begins by observing that he was beginning to be thankfully forgotten, 'when it lucklessly occurred to some of his associates to revive his memory; and they have done it, as effectually as a surgeon or executioner would do it, by digging up the body and gibbeting the skeleton'.

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