Lord Byron's Jackal: A Life of Edward John Trelawny

Lord Byron's Jackal: A Life of Edward John Trelawny

Lord Byron's Jackal: A Life of Edward John Trelawny

Lord Byron's Jackal: A Life of Edward John Trelawny

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As David Crane writes in Lord Byron's Jackal, "It is given to few men to kill two major poets." As a hanger-on of the Romantics, Edward Trelawny designed a boat for Percy Bysshe Shelley that immediately sank and drowned him, and accompanied Lord Byron to Greece, where he abandoned him to doctors of such incompetence that the poet soon died.
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