Byron in Geneva: That Summer of 1816

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Byron in Geneva
That Summer of 1816

DAVID ELLIS

LIVERPOOL UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Part One xiii
  • 1 - Heading for Geneva 1
  • 2 - The Shelley Party 10
  • 3 - On the Road 18
  • 4 - First Meetings 27
  • 5 - Diodati 36
  • 6 - Frightening Tales 44
  • 7 - A Narrow Escape 52
  • 8 - Chillon, Clarens and Ouchy 60
  • Part Two 69
  • 9 - Coppet 70
  • 10 - Romans à Clef 78
  • 11 - Chamonix 87
  • 12 - The Problem of Claire and the First of the Visitors 95
  • 13 - Reconciliation 103
  • 14 - Old Friends 111
  • 15 - Polidori Does Not Suit 119
  • 16 - The Jungfrau 127
  • Afterwords 138
  • 1 - Lewis, de Staël and ‘Poor Polidori’ 139
  • 2 - The Shelley Party and Allegra 144
  • 3 - The Road to Greece 151
  • 4 - Last Rites 156
  • Notes 162
  • Bibliography 176
  • Index 181
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