- Title Pages
- Byron in Italy: a chronology
- Introduction: ‘Un paese tutto poetico’ – Byron in Italy, Italy in Byron
- 1 The literature of Italy in Byron’s poems of 1817–20
- 2 Byron’s ethnographic eye: the poet among the Italians
- 3 From Lord Nelvil to Dugald Dalgetty: Byron’s Scottish identity in Italy
- 4 The garden of the world: Byron and the geography of Italy
- 5 ‘Something I have seen or think it possible to see’: Byron and Italian art in Ravenna
- 6 ‘Something sensible to grasp at’: Byron and Italian Catholicism
- 7 The politics of the unities: tragedy and the Risorgimento in Byron and Manzoni
- 8 <i>Parisina</i>, <i>Mazeppa</i> and Anglo-Italian displacement
- 9 This ‘still exhaustless mine’: de Staël, Goethe and Byron’s Roman lyricism
- 10 Playing with history: Byron’s Italian dramas
- 11 ‘Where shall I turn me?’: Italy and irony in <i>Beppo</i> and <i>Don Juan</i>
- Select bibliography
- Byron and Italy
- Alan Rawes, Diego Saglia
- Manchester University Press
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