New Book: Marchand Memorial Lectures — 30% discount for members

The BSA is proud to announce the publication of The Leslie A. Marchand Memorial Lectures, 2000-2015: A Legacy in Byron Studies, edited by Katherine Kernberger (Rowman & Littlefield/ U of Delaware Press, 2017). Based on the BSA Marchand lecture series, this unique collection of essays honors the pioneering work in Byron studies of Leslie Alexis Marchand, who has had an enduring influence on the appreciation and study of Lord Byron for sixty years. Use this form to order the book at at 30% discount:

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Table of Contents:

Introduction by Katherine Kernberger
“She Walks in Beauty” by Lord Byron
Leslie Marchand in Florida by Hermione de Almeida
The Ever-Present Leslie Alexis Marchand by Marios Byron Raizis
“The Pilgrim on his Way”: Leslie A. Marchand and the Founding of the Byron Society of America and the Byron Society Collection by Marsha Manns
Chapter 1: Romantic Scholarship and Culture, 1960-2000: A Byronic View
by Jerome J. McGann
Chapter 2: The Moods of Lord Byron by Kay Redfield Jamison
Chapter 3: Lord Byron from the Sidelines by John R. Murray VII
Chapter 4: Three Byronic Heroes: Leslie Marchand, Don Quixote, Don Juan by Carl Woodring
Chapter 5: Byron in My Life by Romulus Linney
Chapter 6: The Delirium of the Brave: Byron and The United Irishmen by Malcolm Kelsall
Chapter 7: Beethoven, Byron, Napoleon, and the Ideals of the French Revolution by John Clubbe
Chapter 8: The Haunting of Don Juan by Peter W. Graham
Chapter 9: Selecting Byron by Alice Levine
Chapter 10: Byron and Hazlitt: Inclining Their Ears Towards Each Other by Charles E. Robinson
Leslie A. Marchand Chronology by Peter X. Accardo
Leslie A. Marchand: A Bibliographical Checklist Compiled by Peter X. Accardo
About the Contributors
In Remembrance


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