|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 38028|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||87582389|
Glenarvon. [Anonymous, Henry Colburn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a pre historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Glenarvon is set, however, during the brutally suppressed Irish Rebellion of , and it strikes anti-establishment political notes. Glenarvon’s protagonist, Lady Calantha, is intended to marry her cousin William, handsome son of Calantha’s aunt, Lady Margaret. Calantha and William grow up together while Lady Margaret lives a dissipated life in Naples. Glenarvon by Lamb, Caroline Lady, , Printed for Henry Colburn edition, in English - 3rd ed. Set against the backdrop of the violent Irish Revolution of , Glenarvon tells the story of the doomed love of the married Lady Calantha for the dashing revolutionary Lord Glenarvon. Though published anonymously, contemporary readers immediately recognised in Calantha and Glenarvon the counterparts of Lamb and Byron and in many of the minor characters satiric portraits of some of the .
The Valancourt Books edition includes the unabridged text of the first edition as well as Lamb's preface from the expurgated second edition. This edition also features a new introduction and notes by Deborah Lutz and an index to characters in "Glenarvon" and their real-life counterparts. After Lady Caroline Lamb's affair with Lord George Byron went south, she wrote Glenarvon as a roman a clef about the relationship. Passionate and powerful, it broke the mold for women's writing by refusing to apologize for or punish the woman gone wrong. In fact quite the : Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Glenarvon by Lamb, Caroline Lady; 9 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Man-woman relationships, Fiction. Glenarvon by Lady Caroline Lamb Glenarvon is Lady Caroline Lamb's first novel, published in Its rakish title character, Lord Ruthven, is an unflattering depiction of her ex-lover, Lord Byron. Drawing from "Glenarvon," John Polidori used a vampire named Lord Ruthven as a characterization of Lord Byron in the first vampire short story published in Brand: Lady Caroline Lamb.
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